Loneliness and social isolation in the time of COVID-19

Never before have Australians been so restricted in their movement and the ways they can connect with other people.

These are extraordinary rules on our movement. For many, having far fewer social interactions may result in more loneliness.

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, APS psychologists and other experts in loneliness and social isolation have come together to offer Australians advice to deal with their feelings of loneliness, isolation and anxiety at this time.