By Amy Norton

HealthDay Reporter

MONDAY, June 22, 2020 (HealthDay Information) — Because the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, experts have worried that social distancing and continue to be-at-residence orders would guide to a surge in loneliness. But a new U.S. review implies it has not played out that way.

In a national study, scientists observed that just one thirty day period into state lockdowns, People in america have been no much more most likely to experience isolated and lonely than they have been pre-COVID-19. In truth, people often claimed they