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  • ‘Cave syndrome’ makes people fearful of new normal
  • ‘Cave syndrome’ makes people fearful of new normal
    Vlada Karpovich (2020) ©
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‘Cave syndrome’ makes people fearful of new normal

Much has been said about people's high hopes for post-pandemic fun – but not everyone feels equally comfortable embracing the new normal. A phenomenon called ‘cave syndrome’ is making some people hesitant to leave their ‘nests’ and get back to socializing. 

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