Editors Note on Anxiety and Depression in Nurses During COVID-19*Corresponding Author:
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During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, forefront attendants face tremendous psychological well-being difficulties. Epidemiological information on the psychological wellness statuses of bleeding edge attendants is as yet restricted. The point of this investigation was to inspect emotional well-being (burnout, tension, gloom, and dread) and their related components among forefront medical attendants who were thinking about COVID-19 patients in Wuhan, China. A huge scope cross-sectional, enlightening, correlational investigation configuration was utilized. An aggregate of 2,014 qualified cutting-edge medical attendants from two emergency clinics in Wuhan, China, partaken in the examination. Other than sociodemographic and foundation information, a bunch of legitimate and dependable instruments were utilized to gauge results of burnout, uneasiness, despondency, dread, skin injury, self-adequacy, strength, and social help by means of the online review in February 2020