TALLINN - Twice as many people fear catching the flu compared to those who fear contracting the novel coronavirus, it appears from a survey commissioned by the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues and carried out by pollster Norstat.
Respondents in the survey were inquired about the perceived threat of the novel coronavirus, and the results indicated that 46 percent deem the influenza more dangerous to themselves and their next of kin than the coronavirus. The latter was considered more dangerous than the flu by just 23 percent of the respondents. 31 percent had no ...
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