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Week 76: '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:

  • 38 per cent of people said that they had been worrying about other health issues not related to Coronavirus in the last week (25 per cent worrying a little, and 13 per cent worrying a lot.)  
  • 37 per cent of people said they had experienced illness or health problems not related to Coronavirus in the last two weeks, including: 
    • 18 per cent had a cough or cold 
    • 14 per cent had a sore throat 
    • 8 per cent had flu or flu-like symptoms 
    • 6 per cent had a stomach bug 
    • 5 per cent had a chest infection 
  • 64 per cent of people said that they would be more worried about catching coronavirus than Wales going back into lockdown. 36 per cent said that going back into lockdown would worry them more.  
  • 62 per cent said that they had left their home or garden every day in the last week. This was the highest proportion since the survey began in April 2020. 

Click here for the full press release

 

Channel website: http://www.wales.nhs.uk

Original article link: https://phw.nhs.wales/news/week-76-how-are-we-doing-in-wales-public-engagement-survey-results/

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