Quarantine, self isolation and working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic will cause many to suffer from loneliness perhaps for the first time.

This can take a heavy toll on the individuals's mental state both at the time and on an ongoing basis. The separation from family friends and colleagues along with the additional concerns regarding the disease and what the future hold can amount to a considerable amount of pressure on the individual.

This issue takes a look at some of the ways that you can help to combat the effects of loneliness by implementing a structured routine during these times.

Please download and share with colleagues and friends.

 
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