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55% of people can “remove the mask indoors”… from the restaurant?


More than half of the people think it is right to lift the duty to wear a mask indoors.

The most common view was that it could be raised in stages, starting with multi-use facilities such as restaurants and cafes, and facilities for babies and toddlers.

It is interesting to see when such public opinion will be reflected in the quarantine policy.

This is reporter Shin Sae-rom.


Is it okay to remove the mask indoors?

As a result of the survey, the opinion that it was right to remove it was greater than the opposition.

55% of respondents answered “can be switched off”, which was more than 10 percentage points higher than “impossible”.

This thought was stronger in men than in women, and the younger they were, the more they wanted to be raised.

“I’ve been wearing the mask for too long, and now the corona virus is disappearing, so I think it would be a good idea to take it off indoors as well.”

“Since it’s a closed space, I’m still a bit more concerned, so I think I’ll want to write it myself, and hopefully other people will use it too…”

In particular, 44% of the respondents said that ‘partial release is still possible’, and it was thought that it would be possible to release him from multi-use facilities such as restaurants and cafes and facilities for pre-school children.

“I want elementary school and kindergarten students to take off their masks. I want children to take off their masks for language development, and older people like us are especially careful, so…”

Meanwhile, the ruling People’s Power asked the government to “remove the duty to wear masks in day care centres, nursery schools and elementary schools as soon as possible” in consultation with the government.

This is Yonhap News TV Shin Sae-rom. (romi@yna.co.kr)

#Relief from wearing a mask inside

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