Almost half of entrepreneurs in Russia are afraid of a second wave


Almost half of entrepreneurs in Russia are expecting a second wave of coronavirus. This is evidenced by the data of a joint survey of Promsvyazbank, Opora Rossii and Magram Market Research, conducted among heads of small enterprises (SMEs).

Thus, 47% of entrepreneurs expect the second wave, while 35% do not have such concerns. Among those expecting a new wave of pandemic, 54% have not yet returned to the usual work organization. According to the survey, 44% of respondents are confident that partial restrictive measures will be introduced when the second wave comes. 30% of entrepreneurs do not expect any restrictions in this introduction, and 17% expect a regime of complete self-isolation.


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