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More than half of the population of South Korea are ready for "life with covid"

10.09.2021 92 просмотров

About 59% of the citizens of the Republic of Korea are ready to consider the pandemic as an integral part of everyday life. According to the newspaper "Seoul Sinmun" on Thursday, such data was obtained as a result of a sociological survey conducted last week among 500 adult residents of the country.

The “living with COVID-19” scheme is focused on treating patients with severe symptoms rather than trying to contain the spread of the infection. This will allow people to live almost the same as before the pandemic, observing the minimum rules of social distancing.

According to the publication, 34% of respondents were against recognizing covid as part of everyday life, and 7% found it difficult to answer. Earlier it was reported that quarantine restrictions in South Korea could be eased after 90% of the elderly and 80% of adults in the country are fully vaccinated.

representatives of all age groups, with the exception of the category from 20 to 29 years old, as well as residents of all regions of the country, except for the cities of Busan, Ulsan and the province of Gyeongsangnam-do.

95% confidence.

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