People are still suffering FOMO during the pandemic – it’s moved online to social media. Photo: ShutterstockPeople are still suffering FOMO during the pandemic – it’s moved online to social media. Photo: Shutterstock
People are still suffering FOMO during the pandemic – it’s moved online to social media. Photo: Shutterstock

FOMO hasn’t gone away during lockdown, it’s just moved online – but if everything’s cancelled because of the coronavirus, why are we still so afraid of missing out?

  • People are stuck at home during lockdown, but that doesn’t lessen the fear of missing out – because everyone is documenting their lives online
  • From workouts and cookery classes to new films on Netflix, there’s more to miss out on. ‘We’re almost overwhelmed by the flow of information,’ one expert says

Topic |   Wellness
People are still suffering FOMO during the pandemic – it’s moved online to social media. Photo: ShutterstockPeople are still suffering FOMO during the pandemic – it’s moved online to social media. Photo: Shutterstock
People are still suffering FOMO during the pandemic – it’s moved online to social media. Photo: Shutterstock
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