What The Study Did: Researchers assessed potential changes in suicide rates associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan through November 2020 and performed analyses by sex, age group, and occupational status.
Authors: Peter Ueda, M.D., Ph.D., of the University of Tokyo Graduate School of Medicine in Japan, is the corresponding author.
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