Fewer Brits are worrying about the impact of coronavirus on society, a new survey has revealed.
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), concern about the virus is declining week on week.
In the most recent survey covering the period from 21 May to 24 May, 67% of people said they were very or somewhat worried about the effect that COVID-19 was having on their life.
The number marks 5% drop compared to the last week, which showed 72% of adults were worried about the impact of coronavirus.
Almost 6 out of 10 adults surveyed said the thing that worried them most during the crisis was a lack of freedom and independence.
Others reported being concerned by an inability to make plans (58%) and personal travel plans being affected (51%).
Nearly half of adults (47%) said their well-being was affected by coronavirus in the last seven days - an increase from 43% the previous week.
The proportion of those aged 70 and over who reported their well-being had been affected (35%) continued to be lower than the general population.
For those with an underlying health condition it was 48%.
Amongst all adults, over 1 in 5 people (21%) said they expect it would be more than a year before life returns to normal.
Further to this, over 1 in 3 people - or 36% - expected the financial position of their household to worsen over the next 12 months.