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Covid-19 is bringing best friends closer, while distancing us from others, finds Snapchat survey

IndiaTimes Friday, 30 October 2020 ()
Covid-19 has affected all of our relationships, and our friendships are not any different. In India, 91% of the people surveyed by a Snapchat survey said it has helped friends maintain their friendship, irrespective of age. This is far higher than the global average.
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