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63 percent of Ukrainians support tough quarantine if number of newly infected keeps growing, - survey

Source : 112 Ukraine

58 percent of interviewed respondents follow the news about coronavirus; eight percent show no interest to this topic at all. As the sickness spread rate increased, people began to show more awareness in this regard
15:42, 1 April 2021

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63 percent of Ukrainians endorse the introduction of tough quarantine, if the number of Covid-19 patients keeps growing. Rating sociological group reported that on April 1.

At that, 34 percent of Ukrainians do not support the government's decision to impose such restrictions.

61 percent of interviewees expect that the spread rate will decrease due to the severe lockdown restrictions. 37 believe otherwise. Women, elderly people and those who follow the news about coronavirus are more supportive.

58 percent of interviewed respondents follow the news about coronavirus; eight percent show no interest to this topic at all. As the sickness spread rate increased, people began to show more awareness in this regard.

Related: 17,170 people vaccinated against Covid-19 in Ukraine in 24 hours

The survey by Rating was conducted on March 26-28. The interviewees were 2,500 Ukrainians aged over 18 years old in all regions, except for Crimea and Donbas.

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