As the virus resurges, mental health woes batter France

ROUEN, FRANCE -- The panicked 22-year-old is led to Consultation Room No. 2, with its easy-mop floor and honeycombed meshing over the window. Behind her, the psychiatric emergency ward's heavy double doors -- openable only with a staff member's key -- thud shut.

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