Coping with depression during the pandemic

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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — By late July, more than 40% of California adults reported levels of anxiety or depression.

The increase is evident through the summer months, along with the spread of COVID-19.

Licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Corey Gonzales discussed some of the warning signs people should keep in mind, in case a loved one is experiencing a major depressive disorder.

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