Farjana Islam Aovi,Shopnil Akash,Sarah Islam,Abhijit Mitra,






Mental and physical health has been smashed up due to SARS-2-CoV-19 across the world for about the last couple of years, which leads to producing mental stress and strain. Even though patients and healthcare staffs provide psychiatric treatment, the psychological health of the overall population often demands concern which causes psychosocial stressors, impacting both the spread of the disease and the incidence of emotional distress and psychological disorder. The study aimed to identify the psychological condition and demand as wee as the coping process of the population of the capital city-Dhaka of Bangladesh. For collecting data with these categories, the online portals, like facebook vote, Google met, LinkedIn, were used for both male and female gender. Among the participants, 35% people were depressed, in grief 4% people, 25% people were suffering from Anxiety,13% people were facing Insomnia problems and 7% people were facing Trauma. Our survey also revealed that 21%sample acknowledged to open up lockdown, on the other hand, 31% of people were consistently strongly agreed on the government decision. 34.8% of people spent their time during lockdown using Facebook, 26% on online classes, work from home were 14%, and the other 26% people were utilizing their lockdown time by watching YouTube and other social sites. This study puts together a towering contribution to developing an assessment of mental health profile during SARS-2-CoV-19 and lockdown in Dhaka.


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