Experts told how to change the minds of the Russians after the pandemic.

At the end of the pandemic in the fashion industry, many Russians have lost interest to move abroad and travel. In addition, according to the forecasts of sociologists and psychologists, young people in the regions will postpone a planned admission to the capital’s universities, as a time of isolation stronger will become attached to the families. Disperse from large cities and pensioners who will feel the threat to health.

After the end of the pandemic, the Russians will lose interest in long trips abroad and emigration. As explained “Газете.Ru” the political scientist and publicist Yekaterina Shulman, it will be associated primarily with the lack of financial stability.

a Similar view is shared by the Director of the Center for youth studies Elena Omelchenko — she sure thought about moving to first postpone the young people who planned to continue their education abroad.

“From the point of view of educational plans for the next year and even using one students will turn EN masse to refuse to continue the education abroad. Now all the economists are predicting growth of unemployment in the country, the declining living standards and the emergence of financial difficulties for all citizens. In this regard, the issue of mobility will be primarily a matter of financial capabilities,” — said the sociologist “Газете.Ru”.

in addition, will fade and the interest of students from the regions to the capital universities. “In a situation of a pandemic, the youth EN masse returned to the parental home. Now the family is very United in the face of total disaster, which subsequently will give greater reference to the house that simply discourage the desire to go somewhere”, — said the expert.

Disperse from the capital region and the elderly who have already retired and are not tied to work, says Shulman: “People who have already passed the peak of their labour activity and have enough money will go where, passing Moscow apartment, you can live. This will encourage the feeling that living in a big city uncomfortable and potentially dangerous.”

among those who will still drag on to Moscow and other major cities, will remain the people who will be badly in need of the earnings.

At the same time, many Russians are concerned about the lack of protection from the coronavirus in pharmacies. This factor may be the impetus for moving to other countries.

“In our country, the epidemic seems to be fine, however, same lack of masks in pharmacies greatly affects the moods of people, and so strange to sit in isolation. Besides, we have cancelled elective surgery in severely ill people with medications can be shortages, as the focus here is on the coronavirus. In this regard, it is difficult to skato show that our health care system has proved to be extremely positive compared to other countries that asked for our help,” said “Газете.Ru” the head of the centre for analysis of social programs and risks, Institute for social policy, HSE Sergey Smirnov.

However, the situation in the health systems of other countries were also depressing. In this situation, to choose their new place of residence will be difficult, said Director of research center socio-political monitoring Andrew Departing.

“According to preliminary estimates, the current situation is unlikely to change the proportion of wanting to live abroad — the epidemic is not only happened in Russia and all over the world. The important factor which draws the attention of those who are planning to move, is the health care system in the country. But this area is in most foreign countries showed themselves from the best side,” he said.

I Agree with the sociologist and psychologist Olga Petukhova. According to her, a few months before the start of the pandemic, her family began to discuss moving abroad, however, after the first weeks of isolation, the mood has categorically changed:

“As it turned out, the who recommends to stay at home just because known medical facilities, able to provide expert assistance to spare. The epidemic is not ready no one, neither in Zimbabwe nor in Switzerland,” she said.

According to psychologist, the situation with the spread of the coronavirus worldwide will lead to the formation of a new type of thinking among Russians: the people understand that the crisis is not protected, no country, so to run somewhere in search of a better life has no meaning.

“If you look at it from a psychological point of view, we see the phenomenon of “it is good there where we are not” falling apart. It becomes clear that a beautiful picture about other countries is just a myth which was nice to believe. In fact, it happens that “in the broad context of” a stalemate occurs everywhere. And that creates new understanding. For example, about the fact that we should not take moving to another place as a guarantee for a better life”, — said Petukhov.

Her colleague, psychologist Lily the Truth, in turn, is sure that after the lifting of the lockdown people will want to walk on the favorite places that has for so long been closed to the public, and finally to visit beauty salons. While on travel no one has time to think will not.

“the overall Situation has shown that to hide from the coronavirus impossible anywhere so it is hardly possible to fly to the warm sea and to feel safe there — sure it is.

Those who cannot imagine their lives without trips abroad, experts talso I advise you not to fall into depression. Instead, you should think about planning your budget and cutting costs. Your recipe for peace “Газетой.Ru” shared first Vice President all-Russian public organization of small and medium entrepreneurship “OPORA Russia” Paul Segal.

“you Need to take into account that anxiety and depression increase, deteriorating material conditions. The first thing to engage in the creation of the financial safety net, to revise your family budget to cut costs. The rainy day Fund, even if small, can calm. Complexity sooner or later will be held, and the money can be spent — including travel, when they lifted restrictions”, — concluded the interlocutor of the edition.