This article presents results from the ABS Household Impacts of COVID-19 Survey, a longitudinal survey which collected information from the same panel of respondents each month. The data in this article was collected in April, May and June 2021.
Disability status was captured in the survey using a subset of questions from the ABS’s Short Disability Module. For more information about how disability status was collected please see the Methodology. This article builds on previous articles and explores some of the impacts of COVID-19 by different types of disability.
The scope of the survey was people aged 18 years and over living in private dwellings across Australia (excluding very remote areas).
Proportions marked with an asterisk (*) have a Margin of Error (MoE) greater than 10 percentage points and/or indicate that the proportion ± the MoE equals <0% or >100%, which should be considered when using this information. For more information about MoEs refer to the Methodology.