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Covid Protocol Compliance Hits New Lows Amid Festivals Diwali Socializing Relief In Restrictions Claims A Survey

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Gaurav Pandey
Updated Sun, 31 Oct 2021 06:20 PM IST

Summary

A survey conducted to assess the seriousness of citizens about wearing masks and following the rules of physical distance to prevent the spread of the corona virus epidemic in the country has shown a picture of danger. 47 percent of the respondents to this survey were from Tier-1 districts, 30 percent from Tier-2 districts, 23 percent from Tier-3 districts and four from rural districts. In addition, 65 percent of the respondents were men and 35 percent were women.

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On the one hand, the whole country is getting ready to celebrate Diwali, while on the other hand a very worrying information has come out regarding the corona virus epidemic. A survey has claimed that only two percent of Indians believe that wearing a mask is effective in warding off corona and only three percent believe that people around them and in the districts follow the rule of physical distance.

This survey has been done by a digital community based platform ‘LocalCircles’. For this, the company has received more than 39 thousand responses from more than 20 thousand citizens. These responses, from 366 districts across the country, were on the question of how seriously people are following the rules of wearing masks and physical distancing during the festive season and travelling.

People believe in wearing masks
On the issue of wearing masks, the survey found that only two per cent people said that more than 90 per cent people in their localities, districts or cities wear masks. At the same time, only 16 percent people said that wearing masks at airports, stations and bus stations is effective during travel. Only 13 percent believed that the rule of masks is strict in their areas and 30 percent considered it effective during travel.

There is something like this on the law of physical distance
In this survey conducted in September, it has been revealed that only three percent people believe that the law of physical distance is still being implemented effectively and nine percent said that the rule of physical distance during travel is only in name. Only left for At the same time, only six percent of the people said that the rules of physical distance are being strictly followed in their areas, districts or cities.

Such situations were revealed in the survey conducted in June
A similar survey was conducted by LocalCircles in June as well. This was also shared by the Union Health Ministry in its July 6 press briefing. It was revealed that 29 percent people then believed that wearing a mask was effective, while 11 percent people believed that the rule of physical distance was being strictly implemented. In such a situation, this decline in the seriousness of the rules is a matter of concern.

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On the one hand, the whole country is getting ready to celebrate Diwali, while on the other hand a very worrying information has come out regarding the corona virus epidemic. A survey has claimed that only two percent of Indians believe that wearing a mask is effective in warding off corona and only three percent believe that people around them and in the districts follow the rule of physical distance.

This survey has been done by a digital community based platform ‘LocalCircles’. For this, the company has received more than 39 thousand responses from more than 20 thousand citizens. These responses, from 366 districts across the country, were on the question of how seriously people are following the rules of wearing masks and physical distancing during the festive season and travelling.

People believe in wearing masks

On the issue of wearing masks, the survey found that only two per cent people said that more than 90 per cent people in their localities, districts or cities wear masks. At the same time, only 16 percent people said that wearing masks at airports, stations and bus stations is effective during travel. Only 13 percent believed that the rule of masks is strict in their areas and 30 percent considered it effective during travel.

There is something like this on the law of physical distance

In this survey conducted in September, it has been revealed that only three percent people believe that the law of physical distance is still being implemented effectively and nine percent said that the rule of physical distance during travel is only in name. Only left for At the same time, only six percent of the people said that the rules of physical distance are being strictly followed in their areas, districts or cities.

Such situations were revealed in the survey conducted in June

A similar survey was conducted by LocalCircles in June as well. This was also shared by the Union Health Ministry in its July 6 press briefing. It was revealed that 29 percent people then believed that wearing a mask was effective, while 11 percent people believed that the rule of physical distance was being strictly implemented. In such a situation, this decline in the seriousness of the rules is a matter of concern.

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