The social behaviours we can safely engage in have changed for all during Covid-19 pandemic. With many countries imposing restrictions on gathering in person, opportunities for social touch outside of home have reduced. This impacts people differently based on their living situation: those living with others may still engage in social touch much as before, whereas those living alone have been removed from their most important sources of social touch. In this online study (n=370), we inspected social behaviours and attitudes towards social touching in a mainly Nordic sample. We report preliminary results on touch frequency and wanting touch, as well as liking different types touch depending on the relationship with the toucher and whether they’re a cohabitant or not.