Mental Health

Younger people are being hit hardest by pandemic loneliness 

Researchers interviewed 200,000 citizens from four European countries during the first lockdown (March 2020 to June 2020). Image: Unsplash/Kristina Tripkovic

Amanda Nybroe Rohde

Author, Futurity


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