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Nine out of ten adults now like to leave their homes because the fear of the corona virus is slowly disappearing

  • More going out and meeting with friends and family, the ONS is found
  • Last week 90 percent of those surveyed said they had left their homes, up from 86 percent the previous week
  • The proportion of people who only go to work, shop, medical reasons or exercise fell to 73 percent
  • This is how to help people affected by Covid-19

Nine out of ten adults now love leaving home because fears of the virus are fading, official figures show.

More and more people go out and meet with friends and family, a weekly survey by the National Statistics Office is found. Last week 90 percent of those surveyed said they had left their homes, up from 86 percent the previous week.

And the proportion of people who only go to work, shop, medical reasons or exercise fell to 73 percent – the lowest level since lockdown began.

Last week 90 percent of those surveyed said they had left their homes, up from 86 percent the previous week

The biggest increase in reasons of leaving home is for people to meet other people in public places, the ONS said. The proportion doing so more than tripled to 11.5 percent.

Those who claimed to break the rules by having friends or family around to their homes, or visiting someone themselves, almost doubled to 4.7 percent, a survey of 1,030 adults was found.

A poll last week revealed Britons did not want to go back to work for fear of being locked up too soon.

The biggest increase in reasons of leaving home is for people to meet other people in public places, the ONS said

The biggest increase in reasons of leaving home is for people to meet other people in public places, the ONS said

This survey is a setback for Boris Johnson, illustrating the arduous task he faced to quickly restore the country’s economy that was almost dead.

The survey also shows that people have more money in their pockets than the average at the start of locking – with the public sector workers getting the most.

But there is a big difference between the locking effect on people with jobs in the private sector compared to 5.5 million in the public sector.

As many as 38 percent work in the private sector, where tens of thousands of jobs are lost or wages are cut, worse, according to the poll. Only 29 percent is better.

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