A global survey released this week provides insight into citizens’ views on how local governments are responding to the new crown outbreak. The study surveyed tens of thousands of citizens in several countries around the world to assess the response of governments to the new crown outbreak. China topped the list with an average score of 80.48.
The survey, published recently in PLOS ONE, shows the COVID-SCORE tool developed. The study, which surveyed 13,400 participants in 19 countries around the world in June 2020, focused on countries and regions severely affected by the outbreak and asked pre-set questions, producing some interesting results from the analysis.
According to the survey, funding for mental health services is often the lowest. Governments around the world do not rate the region well, as well as on the protection and assistance of vulnerable groups.
Here are the average scores for countries and regions:
South Korea 74.54.
South Africa 64.62.
The UK 48.66.
(Up to 100 points)
To learn more about the results of this study (published today), please review the study COVID-SCORE: A global survey to assess the public’s perception of the government’s response to COVID-19 (COVID-SCORE-10), published by PLOS ONE under code DOI:10.1371 / journal.pone.0240011. October 2020. The paper was written by Lazarus J, Ratzan S, Parayew A, Billari FC, Binagwaho A, Kimbali S, Larson HJ, Melegaro A, Rabin K, White TM and El-Mohandes A.