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CHANDIGARH. online public opinion survey for various Impacts of Corona Virus and Lockdown was conducted from 21 - 28 April, 2020 in India and countries like Pakistan, USA, Canada, Malaysia, Iran, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, UAE etc. The total participants were 750 (the biggest survey in India on Corona). The survey was prepared and conducted by Dr. Roshan Lal, Prof Anuradha Bhandari , from Dept. of Psychology, Panjab University, Chandigarh, Dr. Ritu Sekhri, Dept. of Psychology, P.G. Govt. College for Girls, Sector-11, Chandigarh. Mr Amit Kumar, Senior research fellow, Dept. of Psychology, Panjab University, Chandigarh played a key role for uploading the survey questions.

Second interesting question was about the need of tele-counseling in Lockdown during Corona virus and 86% participants expressed their willingness and only 14% were disagree for tele-mental health support because of lot of people are worried, anxious and stressed.
Dr Roshan Lal said that The Corona Virus and Lockdown left its everlasting and historical impact on various dimensions of human life: There was a complete halt of so called modern life and young generation had tasted/lived the age old traditional life of their grandparents which they heard via stories (Dadi Maa Ki Kahani).

Such types of surveys really help to understand mind of the people which can help to the policy makers or administration to for effective handling of situation and to support the people during crisis,said Dr. Ritu Sekhri

Prof. Anuradha Bhandari said that the survey has depicted multi level impacts on human behavior being confined to their homes during lockdown period. Majority of the people feel insecurity, lonely, anxious and all these leads to poor mental health during ongoing difficult time.

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