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Nearly half of respondents to a international poll say they think their governments are doing too little to tackle the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
In what has been claimed as the single largest global opinion poll on official responses to the global outbreak, 32,631 people in 45 countries were asked to judge their governments’ efforts to battle Covid-19.
According to data collected by Johns Hopkins University, at least 35,307 people have now died as a result of the outbreak. The institution says it has counted 745,308 confirmed cases worldwide, while at least 156,875 people have recovered.