Is 'Pandemic Fatigue' a real thing or an excuse? Prof Tulio de Oliveira explains

Is 'Pandemic Fatigue' a real thing or an excuse? Prof Tulio de Oliveira explains

We have learnt so much over the last 365 days and it still seems like there is something new every day.

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Prof Tulio de Oliveira

Since March 2020, our brains have almost constantly been bombarded with new words and phrases.

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New normal, COVID-19, social-distancing, lockdown, quarantine, the list goes on and on.

It's not as if we haven't heard 'new normal' or 'quarantine' before, it just wasn't a part of our daily lives.

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And just when we thought we had gotten our dictionaries updated and accepted all of these terms, so much so that we have gotten completely used to them by now, another new thing pops up.

Ever heard of 'Pandemic Fatigue'? Neither have we...

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Even if you have heard about it, do you really know what it is?

World-renowned Prof Tulio de Oliveira is once again answering the most frequently asked questions about all things COVID-19 and we just had to find out: is 'Pandemic Fatigue' real or are people just making up a fancy excuse?

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