How do Aussies rate the government response to COVID19?
Aussies generally feel that the government's response to coronavirus over the past few weeks has not been firm enough, according to a survey conducted by researchers from the UK, which has not yet been published in a peer reviewed journal. The team surveyed around 700 adults from seven countries, including Australia, about how they were personally responding to the risk of the coronavirus, and also about how their governments were reacting. Aussies reported they were washing their hands more often and avoiding social events, while few were wearing a mask.
Organisation/s: The University of Cambridge, UK
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