Just under one-third of respondents said they felt lonely before the pandemic, but 63 per cent felt lonelier since the pandemic. Photo: ReutersJust under one-third of respondents said they felt lonely before the pandemic, but 63 per cent felt lonelier since the pandemic. Photo: Reuters
Just under one-third of respondents said they felt lonely before the pandemic, but 63 per cent felt lonelier since the pandemic. Photo: Reuters
Alan Morris
Opinion

Opinion

Alan Morris, Catherine Hastings, Emma Mitchell, Gaby Ramia and Shaun Wilson

Coronavirus leaves Australia’s international students in dire straits, study shows

  • Students have reported a loss of income. Many have lost jobs and been unable to find new ones
  • Just over one-third of respondents to a study worried they might have to leave Australia before completing their studies

Just under one-third of respondents said they felt lonely before the pandemic, but 63 per cent felt lonelier since the pandemic. Photo: ReutersJust under one-third of respondents said they felt lonely before the pandemic, but 63 per cent felt lonelier since the pandemic. Photo: Reuters
Just under one-third of respondents said they felt lonely before the pandemic, but 63 per cent felt lonelier since the pandemic. Photo: Reuters
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