Majority of Czechs not happy with govt's handling of epidemic
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Fifty-seven percent of Czechs consider the government-imposed measures to bring the coronavirus epidemic under control ineffective, according to the results of a survey conducted by the CVVM agency, Czech Radio reports.
The outcome indicates a growing disillusionment with the government's handling of the epidemic.
In May of last year, 86% of respondents rated the government measures against the spread of the disease as effective. In December it was 61%.
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