The psychological and social impact of Covid-19: new perspectives of well-being in the UK


Aim: The research aims to highlight the psychological and social impact of Covid-19 on the wellbeing of the UK residents.

Method: The study comprises of positivism research philosophy and the research approach being used is the deductive approach. The data is collected through 100 participants through the convenience sampling method. The research design is quantitative, and the primary method collects the data.

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Modern society’s social and economic domains became severely distorted with the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. Although this was only one of the several epidemics faced by the world in the last two decades, its scale and severity were substantially more devastating compared to other pandemics such as the SARS-CoV in 2002, H1N1 influenza in 2009, and Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in 2012. Like previous outbreaks, Covid-19 also triggered pressure on individuals and communities’ psychological and social aspects. The Covid-19 pandemic caused extended stress exposure. In order to help the public psychologically, academics were increasingly concerned with measuring social and psychological unrest being developed in the human lives.

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