Levels of concern about the coronavirus (COVID-19) continued to fall this week, according to the office For National Statistics.
81.7% of adults said they are very worried or somewhat worried about the effect that COVID-19 is having on their life now, compared with 84.8% last week.
Of the 59.7% of key workers who said their work was being impacted by COVID-19, the most common concern was their health and safety at work.
Over 8 in 10 adults (83.5%) said they had either not left their home or only left for the permitted reasons (essential shopping, medical reasons, one form of daily exercise and key workers travelling to work) in the past seven days; this is a similar proportion to last week.
The most common reasons for key worker parents not sending their children to school was the availability of alternative care and being concerned about the health and well-being of the child.
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