Three quarters of Estonian residents believe that acute crisis in the country is over, however 68 percent deem it necessary to remain vigilant, a survey by pollster Turu-uuringute AS shows.
The number of people with a positive and enthusiastic view of the future has increased further after the end of the emergency situation, Turu-uuringute AS said on Monday, June 29.
Compared with the week following the end of the emergency situation, residents' sense of threat regarding the coronavirus has declined. The share of people who believe that the acute cr...
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