There have been claims asserting that the pandemic is a myth around the world, the belief was least popular in Japan, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and Denmark, with results ranging from three to five percent. On the other hand, 30% Of People in India believe COVID is a myth.
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If there’s any aspect we’ve discovered from the pandemic, it’s that everyone approaches the issues in their own unique way.
Covid-19 has stirred up a slew of difficult issues that society and individuals must grapple with and respond to. Where these variations depart from the domain of “normal” and reasonable, as Statista’s Martin Armstrong brings out, is when people fully deny the truth of the situation, claiming that the coronavirus is a myth produced by “some powerful forces” and that the virus doesn’t really exist.
This is the phrase used during a recent YouGov poll to determine the degree to which people throughout the globe think this.
In India, wherein 30 percent of (urban) participants shared this opinion on the epidemic, belief in the idea was by far the most popular of the 24 nations polled.
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With 23, 20, and 19 percent, respectively, South Africa, Indonesia, and Nigeria shone apart.
On the other hand, belief was least popular in Japan, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and Denmark, with results ranging from three to five percent.