Dr Ishfaq Ahmed, Dr Zainab Irshad, Dr Talat Zafar, Muhammad Saad Siddique, Maham Siddique, Syed M. Murtaza Ishaq
11 March 2020 marked the first day of the biggest lockdown in a century, Italy was the first one to do it. For the next two months, homes became offices, restaurants and even recreation centers. The effect of COVID-19 on psychological wellbeing was inevitable. This review was conducted at Mayo Hospital, Lahore from March 2020 to September 2020. Based on 8240 studies from Milan, one of the districts most severely affected by the pandemic. In our observation, smaller living spaces are related with expanded danger of burdensome side effects during lockdown. Specifically, living in lofts <70 m2 with no outdoor areas and confined indoor space is related with, individually, 1.32 (96% CI: 1047–1638), 1.369 (96% CI: 1167–1607), and 2.254 (96% CI: 1919–2648) times the danger of moderate–extreme and serious burdensome side effects. Themes that showed the compound job output from home were bound to disclose depression more than four times (OR = 4.29; 96% CI: 3716–4927). Based on our findings, the impact of limited access to outdoor space on psychological well-being is significant. Keywords: Coronavirus Lockdown: Housing Built Environment's Effects, Mental Health.