50 percent of Norwegians said they miss human contact during the current Coronavirus crisis while 43 per cent said they do not. This is according to a recent Norwegian Coronavirus Monitor survey.
“Whether we are a woman or man, whether we live alone or with several people, the lack of human contact is about the same. It is most normal to miss your compatriots at the moment,“ said senior adviser Nora Clausen of Opinion that conducted the survey.
People under 30 mostly miss more human contact. This applies to 62 percent of respondents in this age group.
The number of those who missed the company of others is highest in Western Norway, Eastern Norway and Oslo, where more than half of the population answered “yes”.
A thousand people participated in the survey.
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