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Lockdown relaxations and new lockdown norms leave Indians disapointed. Pixabay

Around 60 percent Indians are not happy with the relaxations imposed by the government in the fourth phase of the nationwide lockdown, reveals a new survey.

The survey, conducted over 2.5 lakh people by Public, a location-based homegrown social app revealed 86 percent even said that they are not going out for dining, socializing or travelling, after completion of the third phase of lockdown.


The survey which captured 300+ districts, had people giving their opinion on how they are adjusting with the extended lockdown and the ease of restrictions.


The lockdown 4.0 relaxation has disappointed 60% of Indians. Pixabay

With the relaxation announced by Prime minister Narendra Modi for the fourth phase of nationwide lockdown, only 13.2 percent claimed that they are going out for dining, socializing with their friends or travelling. Additionally, 49 percent feared that India is yet to control the spread of coronavirus. Indians might be unhappy with the decision.

Also Read: The Indian Triple Disaster: Virus, Heat Wave And Locusts

With the increasing case tally of infections on a daily basis, 11 percent people estimated that the number of active COVID-19 cases will be more than 5 lakh. (IANS)


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