The big picture: The multiple stresses people are experiencing “will result in a secondary epidemic of burnouts and stress-related absenteeism in the latter half of 2020,” Elke Van Hoof, a professor of health psychology and primary care psychology at Vrije Universiteit Brussel, writes for the World Economic Forum.

The first research about the quarantine in China found that quarantine can bring on insomnia, stress, anxiety, depression, anger, emotional exhaustion and post-traumatic stress symptoms, per a review published in The Lancet.

And the mental health impact was higher in cases where parents were quarantined with children, the review found. One study found 28% of parents were experiencing “trauma-related mental health disorder.”