Amid the coronavirus pandemic and isolation, our mental health is more fragile than ever. For Mental Health Awareness Month, "GMA" is sharing resources, tips and ways to protect your mental health.

Instagram has launched a new tool to help users find reliable, accurate information on topics including mental health and wellness.

The new mobile-only tool, called Guides, shows Instagram users tips and resources from a variety of publishers, including "Good Morning America."

Instagram is launching Guides with a focus on mental health and wellness to reflect what is happening in people's lives during the coronavirus pandemic.

PHOTO: In this photo illustration, the Instagram logo is displayed on the screen of an iPhone in front of a TV screen displaying the Instagram logo on Dec. 10, 2019 in Paris.
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In this photo illustration, the Instagram logo is displayed on the screen of an iPhone in front of a TV screen displaying the Instagram logo on Dec. 10, 2019 in Paris.

"We’ve heard that even as we move into the recovery phase of the pandemic, there will be a continued toll on people’s well-being as they deal with long-term economic and social impacts such as continued isolation, financial instability, or anxieties about the health of family and friends, or even grief of having lost a loved one to the virus," Instagram said in a statement. "We hope these new resources will help people find reliable, positive wellness information to help support them as they face unprecedented challenges associated with COVID-19."

Instagram users can access Guides by visiting the profile of participating creators like @afspnational, @heads_together and @deepikapadukone and tap the middle icon to view their Guides. Instagram will also soon add a new "Wellness" section in the Explore tab where users can access Guides.

You can check out the first "GMA" guide on @GoodMorningAmerica's Instagram profile right now.

In the guide, ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee shares the five things she does to protect her mental health.