This article was published in the New Daily and they found that more Australians are searching Google for mental health tip to cope with isolation.

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Australia is six weeks into coronavirus lockdown, and while restrictions are easing in parts of the country, millions of people continue to stay at home.

From the stress of working from home to increased anxiety and loneliness from social isolation, many people are struggling to manage their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

One study released this week found that people reported being depressed, stressed or anxious up to five times more than they were before the outbreak.

Many people are turning to the internet for information on how to cope with the coronavirus, which has been the most searched topic on Google for the past eight weeks in Australia.

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