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Twenty-five percent of respondents positively perceive the idea to introduce vaccine passports.
58% of Russians are aware of the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out; more than one-third of respondents agree to get vaccinated. Most of…
Kissing, hugging, shaking hands and even smiling have become less common forms of greeting amidst the pandemic.
An overwhelming majority of Russians support wearing face masks and social distancing if the epidemiological situation worsens.
Perceptions of seasonal ARVI after the pandemic have changed. Russians are extremely afraid that they can infect other people;…
Pessimistic moods hit record high in April. Social moods are improving, and Russian optimism is rising in May and June.
Russians assess their state of health in a positive way; they try to keep fit and stick to healthy diet.
Every second respondent would like to get vaccinated against COVID-19, if a vaccine is available. Most importantly, the…
Most of Russians are afraid of getting infected with the coronavirus (among them, 82% of Muscovites and 79% of Petersburgians)
Russian awareness of the coronavirus keeps rising. The threat is assessed as low. Russians are calm and consider the government’s…