Almost a half of the Czech population doesn’t self-isolate with the COVID-19 symptoms based on the World Health Organization’s (WHO) research. 1000 respondents participated in the research, which showed growing concerns about the vaccination and gave several insights into the way Czechs perceive the process of isolation. Helena Hnilicová from the Institute of Public Health and Medical Law claims that 40 percent of Czechs perceive restrictions as the invasion of their personal life, which can be problematic during the pandemic situations. Hnilicová adds that Czechs show disappointing results in the usual measures, such as washing hands, wearing masks, and keeping the distance in public spaces. According to the results, Czechs don’t consider the infection to be as dangerous as itContinue Reading