Poll: Fears of the coronavirus fade in Slovakia

Only 6 percent of people do not follow any of the measures.

Illustrative stock photo, PrešovIllustrative stock photo, Prešov (Source: TASR)

Fear of the coronavirus in Slovakia is slowly fading, but most people are still protecting themselves. Only 6 percent are not following any of the measures.

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On the other hand, a poll of European National Panels showed that there is an increase in the rate of respondents who encountered COVID-19 either directly or indirectly in all Central European countries.

People prefer Matovič

About 61 percent of Slovaks and Czechs positively perceive how the government is handling the crisis.

Slovaks chose President Zuzana Čaputová as the political figure who is doing the best on average.

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