Rates of lockdown loneliness highest among young people

Joe Lepper
Thursday, April 8, 2021

Young people have been hit hardest by loneliness during the Covid-19 pandemic, official figures have revealed.

Young people living in more rural areas were most likely to be lonley, according to the ONS. Picture: Adobe Stock
Young people living in more rural areas were most likely to be lonley, according to the ONS. Picture: Adobe Stock

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