Week 62: 'How Are We Doing in Wales' public engagement survey results
The results of the latest ‘How Are We Doing in Wales’ public engagement survey have been released by Public Health Wales.
The key findings are:
15 per cent of people said they had been worrying ‘a lot’ about their mental health and wellbeing in the last seven days; down from 20 per cent in week 58
- 35 per cent of people had been out to eat, in either a café, pub or restaurant in the last seven days.
- 88 per cent of people said they understood the current restrictions in place in Wales either quite well (45 per cent) or very well (43 per cent)
- 77 per cent agreed that the current restrictions are ‘about right’
- 50 per cent of people disagreed with the statement that most people are following social distancing guidelines (39 per cent agreed)
- 35 per cent of people of people said they had come into close contact (meaning within one metre) with more than 10 people from outside their household in the last seven days.
The latest Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) public engagement survey report from Public Health Wales covers the period of 7th to 13th June 2021, when 600 people were surveyed.
Every two weeks, Public Health Wales conducts interviews with hundreds of people aged 18 or over across Wales, to understand how Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the measures being used to prevent its spread are affecting the physical, mental and social wellbeing of people in Wales.
The survey is part of a raft of measures implemented by Public Health Wales to support public health and wellbeing through Coronavirus.
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