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While 2020 began with excitement for not just a new year, but a new decade, that all quickly changed in March when COVID-19 and the resulting lockdowns reached Australia. As a result of the imposing restrictions and cancelled life events, it has been a challenging year for many. Almost nine in ten Australians (88%) are excited to close the door on 2020 and start 2021. Yet before we embrace the new year, we have an opportunity to reflect on our experience of COVID-19 and explore what the long-term impacts of this year may be on individuals, businesses and society.

2020 pushed many of us to our limits with pushed many of us to our limits with even in ten Australians (70%) never having experienced this much change in their life before. Further to this, more than half of Australians (56%) are struggling to find anything good in 2020. Despite these challenges, more than three in four Australians (76%) are taking the opportunity to reprioritise their lives to spend time on what is important to them.

In this report we explore the impacts that have been felt in almost every aspect of everyday life – from how we participate in the community to how we shop, work, travel, exercise, connect and engage. Now as restrictions are lifting and slowly state borders are reopening across Australia we explore people’s experience and impact from living in this COVID-19 era. Plus, we gather insights around people’s confidence and sentiment when it comes to making plans for 2021.

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