Only one in 10 people plan to return to living exactly how they did before Covid-19 when the pandemic eventually ends, researchers have found. Just half of people in the ongoing social study by University College London (UCL) said they were more likely to revert back to life pre-coronavirus. The rest sat on a spectrum of how much they wanted to adjust, with two per cent of people saying they will ‘entirely’ change how they live. Supporting local businesses, saving more money and spending more time working from home were among the changes people wanted to make. But there was a lack of enthusiasm for travelling on public transport and holidaying abroad in a post-Covid world. People who lived alone, those on lower household incomes and those without children are the least likely to want to change their lifestyle. Only one in 10 people plan to return to living exactly as they did before Covid-19 after the pandemic ends, researchers have found (bottom row) More than a fifth of people plan to work from home more often, a blow to efforts to try and get Britain back into the workplace Around 16 per cent of people aged over 60 said they… Read full this story
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