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A third of Russians consider restrictive measures too lenient

A third of Russians consider restrictive measures too lenient
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About 30% of the country's population believe that the restrictive measures introduced by the authorities due to coronavirus are insufficient. Less than half of Russians consider them quite adequate.

These are the results of a study by the Romir Center in cooperation with Gallup International. At the same time, more than a third of those polled call the current regime an excessive measure. Self-isolation and fines for violating it, closing jobs and restricting movement around the city were in the top of the negative. The majority - 65% - were in favor of introducing stricter quarantine and even a state of emergency in the country.

As for measures for the prevention of coronavirus disease, they are used by 90%. The most popular measure is frequent hand washing. Also, as part of prevention, people do not leave home, wear masks and try not to touch their faces with their hands.

More than 80% of Russians experience difficulties in everyday life due to the coronavirus. Changes in the usual way of life, inability to go for a walk, lack of physical activity, and also means of protection were named among the difficulties. 2% of respondents complained about the loss of their job, 5% of Russians lack money. 
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