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Friendship in the face of COVID


As Melbourne begins to open up again after months of COVID-19 lockdown orders, friendships are under pressure as people try to reconnect.

Millie Spencer and Emily Spindler-Carruthers spoke to young Melburnians about how the fallout from the pandemic is impacting social groups, and what friendships might look like as restrictions ease further.

This was originally published in the Swinburne Standard.


Millie Spencer and Emily Spindler-Carruthers

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