What readers miss most is the encounter with their families during the bleak months of closure.


Of the 4,561 people who responded, 23% said that they were most upset that they could not meet their family.

After months of silence, ECHO readers told us that what they missed most was meeting their family, as our new survey showed.

We asked what you will do first when all this is over

A number of other entries filled the remaining 22%.

Other activities were missing the most: trips abroad (14%), trips through the UK (11%) and pub visits (10%).

No meetings or going out with friends followed with 20%.

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It turns out that vacations are most popular when all this is over, followed by booking a vacation and meeting with family.

Liverpool City Region is currently in the highest (Level 3) category of coronavirus bans, which means that people must not meet anyone outside their home or support a bubble in an indoor or outdoor environment, whether at home or in a public place.

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