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Over 30% of Russians consider the COVID-19 epidemic a fiction

Over 30% of Russians consider the COVID-19 epidemic a fiction
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Some Russians consider the coronavirus pandemic a fiction of interested parties. This conclusion was reached by HSE specialists after the study. More than 30% of respondents said they did not believe in the danger of a new infection.

According to RBC, the survey involved more than 30 thousand people from all regions of Russia aged 20 to 60 years. More than half of those who do not believe in coronavirus violate the regime of self-isolation. Relatives visit 43%, 54% go for a walk, 74,22% are convinced that it was not necessary to introduce restrictions.

Of those who acknowledge the existence of a new infection, only 18% meet with relatives and 12% with friends. Only 10% agree with the statement that it was not necessary to introduce a self-isolation regime. In general, by the end of May, Russians began to go to work more often (46,2%), go to a store (81,2%) and a pharmacy (56,5%), go for a walk (38,7%), and meet friends (21% )

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