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Has Covid-19 made you feel gloomy?

By Shaun . Created on 03 Sep, 2021
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David said 4 weeks ago
COVID has not but State Governments have not done anything to alleviate any potential sense of doom and gloom. Locked up or locked out until 2022 is not conducive to positive vibes. But our state politicians don't have an issue with that as they will continue to propagate the story that it is being done for our good. Some positivity from the State Premiers would be a pleasant change.
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Kym said on Sep 4, 2021
Gloomy is not the word I would use. I am doing Ok so are my family but we are concerned for those who have or may lose their jobs & the security that goes with having an income. I am concerned for people loss of lives, physical & mental health with going through constant spread of COVID & the lockdowns.
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Cameron said on Sep 4, 2021
Yes. That is all
CILLY said on Sep 4, 2021
Sad that no one can visit especially their father on Father's Day as they are all far more than the 5k limit we presently have that we can move about in. If only the grey skies would also depart, then perhaps the gloom might lift a little.
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Vivienne said on Sep 4, 2021
I am sad that I cannot visit my children and grandchildren, especially my new grandson who I may not see for weeks. I am concerned that small businesses will not survive constant lockdowns. I am very concerned about the people who are flouting the restrictions and carry on as though there is nothing wrong, particularly the drug dealers and users.
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Phronc said on Sep 3, 2021
Gloomy is not what I feel. I am happy to be home with the family a lot more. And happy not to commute every day. But saddened not to be able to see extended family. And concerned for the future because people don't seem to be learning from this pandemic. I fear that people will go right back to the way things were and something worse will come along
Mrs said on Sep 3, 2021
A little sometimes. But then I talk to my sister in England. We have 3000 cases in Australia - work that out on a % of population basis, and it is bad. But England has 3000 cases in a week, and is not enforcing social distancing. More dieing there because of it. So we are still the lucky country.
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Amanda said on Sep 3, 2021
I'm worried about people losing jobs, house and businesses, also mental health