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New study on mental health concerns of LGBTQ+ community during lockdown

A new study by the University of Sussex and University College London (UCL) has revealed that more than two-thirds of LGBTQ+ people exhibited significant symptoms of depression during lockdown.

You still have time to take part in the survey, CLICK HERE to do so.The Queerantine Study, detailing the lockdown experiences of the LGBTQ+ community, reveals the confinement of lockdown was particularly difficult for younger LGBTQ+ people aged 18-24 who reported significantly poorer mental health than individuals in older age groups, initial findings from the study led by Dr Laia Becares and Dr Dylan Kneale indicate.More than a quarter of respondents (26.1%) to the LGBTQ+ in lockdown survey regularly felt their difficulties were piling up so high.

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