We probably won't know until the end of the pandemic, but researchers are already looking for answers.
A survey conducted entirely online by the Nossal Institute for Global Health at Melbourne University wants to understand the impact of coronavirus and lockdown on people's lives globally.
The questionnaire has been translated into 22 different languages, including Italian, and has already been completed in more than 40 countries.
The first results reveal answers for many unexpected, explains Domenico Centofanti, official translator of the Melbourne University questionnaire from English to Italian.
The questionnaire is completely anonymous and can be completed online at www.ni.unimelb.edu.au.
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