New Delhi: Despite being badly affected by the deadly wave of Kovid-19, the number of people complying with the rule of wearing masks in India is low. This has been claimed in a survey. According to a survey by online social media platform ‘Local Circle’, the rule of wearing masks at vaccination centers is being followed very little.
According to the survey, “Despite the second wave of the Kovid-19 epidemic in India being more deadly than any other country in the world, 67 percent of the participants surveyed believed that people in their area, district or city have limited or no use of masks at all.” are doing.”
Several of the survey participants reported that their family members contracted the coronavirus a few days after they were vaccinated at the centre, indicating that there is a risk of superspreaders at some immunization centers where people Do not follow the rules of wearing masks. The survey said that this is a major concern and immediate steps need to be taken to ensure that these vaccination centers do not become superspreaders.
The survey was also conducted to find out how people are complying with the wearing of masks in cities and districts, including vaccination centres. During this, an attempt was also made to find out whether people are wearing masks to avoid infection or just for a name. Along with this, an attempt was made to know what would be their opinion if the state government makes masks mandatory when they step out of the house in infected districts.
According to the survey, only 44 per cent of Indians wear cloth masks which could not possibly protect against the highly contagious type of virus delta. At the same time, 91 percent of the participants supported the government’s possible decision to make outdoor masks mandatory in the transition districts, while eight percent were opposed.