Chronic loneliness high among disabled during Covid-19 pandemic


Nearly two-thirds of disabled people in the UK feel chronically lonely during the Covid-19 pandemic. — dpa

Nearly two-thirds of disabled people are experiencing chronic loneliness during lockdown, a new study in the United Kingdom has found.

The number is even higher among young disabled people – 70%, according to research by UK disability charity Sense.

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