New data shows a third of the population struggles with loneliness over Christmas

Cai Holroyd
By Cai Holroyd
Updated December 7 2021 - 11:58pm, first published 6:00am
HEADSPACE: Sharron Dean and Isabella Mirando from Griffith Headspace had some ideas to stave off loneliness over the Christmas weeks. PHOTO: Cai Holroyd

New data from the Red Cross showed that people are feeling more alone coming up to the second Christmas under the looming banner of COVID-19.

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Cai Holroyd

Cai Holroyd

Journalist

Journalist for the Area News in Griffith. RMIT graduate. Full-time writer and part-time nuisance. Been described as 'present.'