ANKARA 

The novel coronavirus outbreak has widely changed the perceptions and demands of many people, and thus, nothing can be the same, said a Turkish sociologist.

In an exclusive interview with Anadolu Agency, Yusuf Adiguzel, the Dean of the Communication Faculty at Sakarya University in northwestern Turkey, said the outbreak had deeply impacted the social structure.

Adiguzel said daily life, society and governments would face major changes in the post-coronavirus world.

Daily life

Stressing that social isolation and quarantine conditions had mental impacts, Adiguzel said continually sitting indoors and following news on the global pandemic could cause psychological problems such

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