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Stricter coronavirus measures by individuals on the rise in Turkey

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Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, we were keen to monitor the public’s reaction to it. At TurkiyeRaporu.com, we primarily sought to assess how worried the public was over the pandemic. In the early days of March, our polling results suggested that 46% of the population would not get vaccinated if a vaccine was developed. Luckily, this indifference to the virus has evolved for the better between March and now. As we enter the most critical two weeks of the pandemic in Turkey, the numbers with respect to self-isolation and precautions offer more hope.

On March 20, we published an article entitled “Korona virus Dosyası” in which we shared the results of a survey we conducted in mid-March. In this article, we covered important topics such as the extent to which the public was worried with regards to the coronavirus, the different individual measures adopted by the people and the level of satisfaction concerning the government’s strategy to deal with the pandemic.

The fact that the symptoms of the COVID-19 take a maximum of 14 days to appear makes the results of the surveys we conduct every two weeks very critical. Measures taken today have the potential of showing us where we can end up two weeks later. That is why in our April survey we asked the same questions we had asked in mid-March and came up with a comparative analysis........

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