By Jacqueline Cowan and Juliano Oliveira
Queenslanders are finally experiencing gradual relaxation in the restrictions of social distance in consequence of COVID-19.
Countless plans have been put on hold and many lives have had to be modified over the last two months and a half.
In April, loneliness was the most widely reported source of personal stress for Australians, according to the ABS (Australian Bureau of Statistics).
“Around one in five people (19%) also reported that they were experiencing difficulties maintaining a healthy lifestyle, which was more of a problem for those aged 18 to 64 years (22%) than those aged 65 years and over (9%),” ABS Program Manager for Household Surveys, Michelle Marquardt, said.
SolutionWire questioned 11 readers on what they are going to do when the pandemic is over.
Despite not having a certain forecast of when life will return to normal, they are already planning for a future without fear and without locks.