Two out of three Norwegians have confidence in the health authorities

Health Minister Bent Høie New TreatmentNorwegian Minister of Health, Bent Høie (Conservatives). Photo: Terje Pedersen / NTB scanpix

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A new survey by Opinion shows that 65 percent of those surveyed have confidence that the health authorities have taken the appropriate measures against the Coronavirus epidemic.

In the Norwegian Coronavirus monitor, Opinion has asked 4,000 Norwegians what they think about the authorities’ handling of the Coronavirus. Only 14 percent don’t trust that the health authorities have implemented the right measures.

There is a similar theory when it comes to information flow. 67 per-cent trust the information from the health authorities, where only 16 percent say they do not. 70 percent rely on information provided by the government.

The notable exception comes in the form of the question of whether the government has taken the proper financial measures to address the crisis. Only 52 percent say that this is the case.

The survey was conducted between 13 and 21 March.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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