Starting from the most recent news on the psychological, social and psychopathological consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, the author underlines the importance of a primary and secondary multidisciplinary prevention intervention organized on individual realities. These interventions must be aimed at both those who tested positive but asymptomatic or with benign symptoms, serious patients who left the intensive care units and healthcare professionals. The latter in particular have experienced serious risk situations for their own health and have at times already developed burnout syndromes that require current and targeted interventions in order not to precipitate the symptoms in real diseases. Lastly, a level of intervention on the general population can be structured with centers equipped for multidisciplinary and multidimensional diagnoses for mostly secondary prevention.
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