Covid-19, wellbeing and inequalities – what the evidence tells us
Although the whole of the UK has been affected by Covid-19 and its social and economic consequences, the impact has been different for different people.
In order to support a wellbeing-centred recovery, we need to understand how impacts have been felt across the population, including how the key factors that drive wellbeing have been affected.
We need to make use of academic research, surveys and evidence from across sectors to build a picture of who has been affected by the pandemic and in what ways.
Build your own briefing for your context:
Read our briefings:
- The impact of the pandemic on subjective wellbeing inequalities
- Covid-19 and wellbeing inequalities: Housing
- Covid-19 and wellbeing inequalities: Employment and income
Read our analysis:
- What matters for our sense of purpose?
- What helped the UK cope with the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns?
- How has Covid-19 – and the associated lockdown measures – affected mental health and wellbeing in the UK?
- How has Covid-19 affected loneliness?
Analysis of ONS Annual Population Survey before and during the pandemic: