The lockdown announced for the prevention of coronavirus is proving helpful in connecting people with family and family. In a lockdown, 52 percent of the people expressed happiness about living between family and loved ones. However, some people have had poor experiences during this period. 18 percent said that prolonged stay with the family has caused stress. All these results came out in a study conducted by Jamia.
The study was conducted on behalf of Jamia Millia Islamia’s National Service Scheme (NSS) unit in the surrounding areas on the psychological and social impact of coronavirus. Under this study, led by the Vice-Chancellor, residents of Jamia, Shaheenbagh, Noor Nagar, Abu Fazal, Okhla Vihar, Batla House, Julina, Tikona Park, Haji Colony, Jamia Teachers’ Housing were asked questions online. It included people from many classes and categories. Based on their reply, the report is released.
28 percent worried about routine interruptions-
28 percent of people are worried about the routine being affected due to the lockdown announced to prevent coronavirus. At the same time, 19 percent of people feel compelled to be in such situations. While 13 percent are worried and 6 percent are afraid of the negative thoughts that are developing during this period.
48 percent said- fear of the corona
The study asked questions related to fear of corona infection. 48 percent said they felt scared. At the same time, 16 percent replied in the negative while 36 per cent expressed uncertainty in their response.