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Luanda is more afraid of the virus than of hunger


The fear of being contaminated by covid-19 comes first in a survey of the pandemic carried out on the population of Luanda, followed by the fear of running out of food, reveals a survey carried out by Marktest Angola.

The results of the eighth survey, carried out on 355 people living in Luanda, over 15 years old, through a questionnaire with five questions, collected between the 2nd and 6th of July, were presented in Luanda today.

The research says that 46% of Luandans expressed fear of being contaminated by covid-19, that 14% are afraid that food is lacking and 8% that the national health system will not ensure the necessary response to the pandemic, in addition to not surviving the virus.

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