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Over half of Bulgarians support the new anti-epidemic measures

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56% of Bulgarians support the new restrictions against the coronavirus pandemic introduced on November 27. 42% of the respondents disagree with them, a quick survey of Gallup International conducted on November 29 shows. 

In the summer, over 60% of the respondents were against tightening the anti-epidemic measures.

Two-thirds of the respondents agree that the crisis has impacted negatively their lives and 42% do not share this opinion. 21% of the respondents said that some of their acquaintances or relatives have mental health problems as a result of the coronavirus crisis. The tension comes from the uncertainty of when the crisis is expected to end. 43% are ready to be vaccinated against COVID-19, while 48% refuse to take Covid-19 vaccines, BTA reports.


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