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Over 57 per cent of people are unhappy with the relaxed norms in Lockdown 4.0: Survey

Prashasti Awasthi Mumbai | Updated on May 28, 2020 Published on May 28, 2020

As per a survey conducted on the Public, a location-based homegrown social app, 57.29 per cent people said that they are not happy with the relaxation imposed by the government in the fourth phase of nationwide lockdown.

The survey further revealed that 86.82 per cent said that they are not going out for dining, socializing, or travel purposes, after completion of the third phase of lockdown.

More than 2.5 lakh people from over 300 districts participated in the survey, and gave their opinion on how they are adjusting with the extended lockdown.

With the relaxation announced by Prime minister Narendra Modi for the fourth phase of nationwide lockdown, only 13.18 per cent claimed that they are going out for dining, socializing with their friends, or travelling.

Additionally, 48.87 per cent feared that India is yet to control the spread of coronavirus. With the increasing number of cases on a daily basis, 11 per cent people estimated that the number of active Covid-19 cases will be more than 5 lakh.

Amid coronavirus breakdown in the country, the Public app has been providing verified and real-time local updates to users. With the surge in the userbase to 30 million, the app is being used by politicians and local authorities to reach out to citizens, the company mentioned in its official release.

Published on May 28, 2020
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