Seven out of ten people are afraid of getting coronavirus in their closest environment and only 25% perceive this risk of contagion as high, according to a survey of more than 16,000 people in the communities of Madrid, Cantabria and the Canary Islands. .
The study carried out by researchers from the European University offers data on the fear of contagion, family relationships and the new habits of the population.
Another consideration of the study, endorsed by the Spanish Society of Pneumology and Thoracic Surgery (Separ) and the International Nursing Association (INN), is that 90% of the respondents consider that the measures proposed by the Government are being satisfactorily carried out, although 53% see them as insufficient, compared to 4% who think they have been excessive.
On the recommended personal protective equipment: 73% say that they wear a mask when they leave their home compared to 16% who declare not to use any type of these materials.
The report confirms changes related to routines in the population and reveals that the number of people who went out two or more times a week to make purchases has decreased significantly: from 66% before the declaration of the state of alarm to 17% after confinement.
The proportion increases to 72% if they are people who declare that they leave their home only once a week or every fortnight.
But how has confinement affected the family relationship between its members? 70% declare that their relationship remains the same or has somewhat improved compared to the state prior to the alarm.
Despite the belief that this situation can produce positive changes, society is divided, as 24% believe that it is not, 37% believe that perhaps and the other 39% are confident that these social changes will occur.