This qualitative study was part of a wider trans-national online survey about mental health, wellbeing, loneliness and the use of social media during the pandemic [27]. The cross-sectional survey was made available between April and May 2020. Invitations to take part in the survey were placed on social media such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram in Norway, the USA, UK and Australia. Data were collected for approximately a 3–4 week period in each country. Each country had a landing site for the survey at the researcher’s respective universities; OsloMet—Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway; University of Michigan, USA; University of Salford, UK; and the University of Queensland, Australia.

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