The COVID-19 pandemic is having a huge impact on our society and economy but what are the implications for the nation’s health and how might it affect health inequalities? 

We spoke to six young people as part of our webinar on COVID-19 and health inequalities, and asked how they've been affected by the pandemic including the impacts on young people’s mental health and their hopes for the future.

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