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The stats are related to the UK, but the sentiment is relevant to everyone. Please read the whole Twitter thread.

The magazine supplement he is referring to was recently published by the GTC (the UK's Guild of Television Camera Professionals). They've kindly made it publicly available, you don't need to be a member. Please do check it out here: https://www.gtc.org.uk/about-the-gtc/mental-health-and-other-helplines.aspx

https://www.gtc.org.uk/media/fm/Zerb articles/GTC - Mental Health Supplement 2020 - Full Mag - WEB (Spreads).pdf

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