Dr Ramsha Agha, Dr Rana Adil Farman, Asad Ullah Khan
Aim: A few techniques were employed to assess the dissemination of news (COVID-19) around the world and the associated illness and mortality. All of them are the social health challenges that healthcare workers develop during the pandemic. Materials and Methods: Materials and Methods: This study was intended to analyze the writings of wellness employees (HCWs) after the COVID-19 pandemic. Our current research was conducted at Lahore General Hospital, Lahore from February 2020 to August 2020. The following knowledge bases were scanned for writing: PubMed, Google Scholar, Cochrane Archive, Embase. During the last 5 months (March 2020-July 2020), a wide variety of articles were circulated that were applicable to the audit issue. Introductory review chooses a total of 26 papers and for the last audit six is recalled. Results: An analysis of the papers found that the complex study on surveying certain areas of mental well-being of HCW affected due to COVID-19 has come to a close. The extended distress, nervousness, hardworking environments, sickness in HCW linked to many sociodemographic variables such as sex, age, the job and mental factors, such as powerless social assistance, self-viability. The evidence that COVID-19 may be a threat factor to concern HCW is growing. Conclusion: Normal psychiatric evaluation for care and diagnosis of COVID-19 patients should be conducted by using multidisciplinary classes in psychiatry for pain measurement, discouragement and nervousness. Keywords: Covid-19, Mental well-being issues, Health staff.