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The ONS Monthly Digest – May 2021

Coronavirus (COVID-19) latest insights

Our interactive tool has the latest data and trends related to the pandemic from the ONS and other sources.

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How has lockdown changed our relationship with nature?

More than a year on from the first national lockdown in spring 2020, we look at how people’s perception of nature changed during the pandemic and whether this is likely to continue as restrictions ease.

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In their own words: how different people respond to coronavirus guidance

In interviews and diaries, people from different social groups describe in their own words what influenced them to follow – or not follow – the government’s coronavirus guidance.

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Mapping loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic

Areas with a higher concentration of younger people and areas with higher rates of unemployment tended to have higher rates of loneliness between October 2020 and February 2021.

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Antibodies and immunity – how do they relate to one another?

How much protection have we built against the coronavirus as a result of natural infection and vaccination? Professor Sarah Walker, Professor Jeremy Farrar and Sarah Crofts explain how our immune system protects us from infection.

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