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Study looks at well-being of Poles amid pandemic

23.11.2021 17:30
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the living habits of many Poles, a new report has found.
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When the coronavirus struck, people began to spend much more time in their homes, leading to a new role for residential space and different expectations towards it, Ewa Jarczewska-Gerc from the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw told Klaudiusz Madeja.

The Warsaw university is one of the institutions behind the Happy Home: Research on the Well-Being of Poles report.

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