As public-sector communicators, we continue to face the ongoing
stress and isolation of the global COVID-19 crisis, civil unrest
and financial fallout both at work and at home.
Communicators have been working around the clock for months
providing important information to the communities they serve.
This constant, heavy workload coupled with limited abilities to
engage in pleasurable activities and the uncertainty of the
global pandemic may lead to anxiety, hopelessness, helplessness
and even burnout.