September 18, 2021

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Is the coronavirus pandemic making us more aggressive? | COVID-19 Special

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There’s been a lot of rage – be it about toilet paper or masks – the coronavirus pandemic sometimes results in aggressive behavior.
And that has even led to death. French bus driver Philippe Monguillot was killed by a group of teenagers after asking them to wear masks to get on his bus. Uncontrollable anger seems to be on the rise. Could lockdowns, social distancing, mask wearing, jobs and the future be causing a pandemic of stress and frustration?

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