This briefing presents evidence on the socio-economic impact of Covid-19 on London and Londoners. It presents a number of findings on Londoners’ financial position, their wellbeing, and data on health services and education.
Topics included in the briefing focus on recent data releases published in the that tell us how social policy issues are evolving in London since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Key areas of insight are split into: Household Finances, Health, Wellbeing and Education but significant detail is given into each of these categories, exploring statistics surrounding Universal Credit, Access to Food, Loneliness, Shielding, Emergency Care, Home Schooling, the Impact on Students and more.
The report synthesizes a selection of relevant and up-to-date reports concerning the effects of Coronavirus since March 2020.