Concern for Britons feeling trapped and lonely during lockdown

Mental health expert says most vulnerable must be swiftly identified and given help Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage People who feel trapped and lonely during the coronavirus lockdown must be swiftly identified and given the help they need, one of the experts leading the UK’s assessment of the outbreak’s psychological impact has said. Prof Rory O’Connor, from the University of Glasgow’s Institute of Health and Wellbeing, heads what is believed to be the largest nationally representative survey of the adult population’s response to the crisis. Continue reading...