Only 18 of Japanese people stopped going to work in connection with the coronavirus

In Japan, only 18% of the working population had dropped out of work due to the pandemic coronavirus. This is the lowest among the 26 countries where the survey was conducted, the study said, published on the website of the British company YouGov.

in Finland the figures were similar to Japanese, in all other countries where surveys were conducted – and this States and the EU, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and the Americas – the work goes much smaller percentage of the population. So, in the United States do not attend the jobs, 32% of the workforce in Italy and 44% in Mexico is 47%, and in India and Malaysia – 68%.

While about 87% of Japanese people currently are afraid of contact with a carrier of the coronavirus, while in the middle of March, the figure was only 66%.