The Coronavirus and Alcohol Consumption

Are we drinking more during the COVID-19 shutdown?

During the coronavirus shutdown… many of us have had a lot of time on our had while we’re staying at home.  For some of us that means overindulging in food.  For others it means drinking more alcoholic beverages… a little more or even a lot more.  What is a little or a lot more?  Should you be concerned about it?  We examining how drinking during the shutdown is affecting our health and other parts of our lives.


Psychiatric Institute of Washington

Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Center

Partners in Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Counseling

Will Bonnette, Community Partner, The Howard University Alcohol Research Center, President, Community Services, Prestige Healthcare Resources

Dr. Janice Davis, Director, Clinical Education, Howard University School of Social Work