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Poll: most Russians support quarantine removal

Poll: most Russians support quarantine removal
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Researchers have found out how people in Russia relate to lifting restrictions due to coronavirus. It turned out that the majority supported the abolition of quarantine, and only a third of the respondents spoke for the extension of self-isolation.

According to RIA News, the study was conducted by the specialists of the "Work.ru" service. A total of 3,6 thousand Russians aged 18 years and older were interviewed from all regions of the country.

According to the survey results, 68% supported the abolition of quarantine, arguing that the incidence of coronavirus is decreasing. The respondents also noted that now there are opportunities to overcome the crisis.

Another 32% of respondents said that it was too early to remove quarantine because of the unfavorable epidemiological situation. In addition, during the survey, experts tried to find out when, according to the Russians, it is better to remove restrictions. About 43% replied that this had to be done a long time ago. Another 21% of respondents believe that now is the time to remove quarantine.

14% of the respondents suggested that the restrictions remain valid until the end of June, 13% agreed that self-isolation should be valid until the end of summer and longer. And another 9% said that quarantine should be valid until the end of July. 
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