Two in five UK adults feel lonelier under lockdown, finds survey

28% of respondents said they worried no one would notice if something happened to them

Two in five adults in the UK feel lonelier under the lockdown amid the tight limits it has placed on social contact, new research has revealed.

Survey results by the British Red Cross paint a stark picture of Britain as a society where a substantial minority lack regular face-to-face interaction and feel alone and uncared for.

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Source: The Guardian
Two in five UK adults feel lonelier under lockdown, finds survey