Only 18% Of Japanese People Stopped Going To Work Due To Coronavirus
In Japan, only 18% of the working population stopped going to work due to coronavirus pandemic. This is the lowest figure among the 26 countries where the survey was conducted, according to a study published on the website of the British company YouGov.
Only in Finland, the figures were similar to Japanese, in all other countries where surveys were conducted - and this States and the EU, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and the Americas - the work goes much smaller percentage of the population. Thus, in the United States, 32% of the labor force does not visit jobs, in Italy - 44%, in Mexico - 47%, and in India and Malaysia - 68% each.
At the same time, about 87% of Japanese people are currently afraid of contact with a carrier of the coronavirus, whereas in mid-March there were only 66% of such cases.