Dr. Anis A. B. Choudhery, Ph.D.* and Tasmi Ansari


The lockdown in India has a deep impact on various strata of society. The Present research is done to investigate and study the impact of lockdown on different segments of society. During last six months entire human population is undergoing a different phenomenon. With the onset of Janta Curfew on 22nd March 2020, The Government of India launched five nationwide lockdowns restraining 1.3 billion people movement which still in the process. The society underwent a long journey right from forced lockdown to sanitizing everything, to psychological acceptance, struggling with worldwide web and hypertext channelizing all the global happening on the screen of smallest mobile phones. Physically COVID-19 is affected less than 1% of global population only but mentally its impression is all over the world. Initially people enjoyed these leaves and holidays as family togetherness but after few days entire society started acting differently. Their Social, physical and mental responses started behaving differently. It was not due to COVID-19 or due to fear of COVID-19, it was due to lock-down hence we have named it Lock-Down Syndrome, a new word in present modern vocabulary of English language. Restraining social species „human‟ in houses with very limited mobility for such prolong period of 3 months and still going on, It heavily impact on their health, wellbeing, wealth and social integration. The present study revealed the percentage suffering of corporate/industrialist is 48.3%, housewives is 56%, Middle class salaried individual is 25.8%. Impact of lockdown syndrome was different on different segments of society, Lock-down syndrome caused migration of 80 million people within India, it caused thousands of non-corona deaths, 198 migrants killed in road accident during lockdown and hundreds of suicides.

Keywords: Lock-down, Lock-down Syndrome, COVID-19 pandemic, non-corona deaths.

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