Study: Russians on the background of the COVID-19 worried about the return in the 90s
The residents of several regions of Russia on the background of self-isolation of coronavirus and economic consequences of the epidemic began to fear that in some respects, including in terms of life, you can go back to the "dashing 90-e", told RIA Novosti the results of the research quarterly "National index anxieties" in the communication of CROS.
The index shows the dominant in society, anxiety and phobias generated media and life experiences of Russians. The study is conducted based on the analysis of media and social media. The method takes into account the degree of importance of the topic and the duration of the information waves in the analysis of media, as well as the importance of the topic for people in the analysis of social networks.
"Return in 90-e years, on the background of the crisis coronaviruses along with Moscow and Saint-Petersburg residents in Krasnodar Krai, Sakhalin, Sverdlovsk, Kaliningrad, Irkutsk, Novosibirsk regions and the Republic of Tatarstan", - the report says.
It is noted that "to improve the situation in several regions has decided to reduce the hours of sale of alcohol is made in the Mari El Republic, Karelia, Khakassia, Bashkortostan and Yakutia."
"The head of Transbaikalia Alexander Osipov has imposed a complete ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages, but cancelled the order after the recommendation of the Ministry of industry not to introduce such measures unless absolutely necessary", - reminded in the study.
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