Respondents who wore masks in public COVID-19 outbreak Malaysia 2020

As of July 6, 2020, 86 percent of Malaysian respondents stated that they were wearing face masks when in public places during the COVID-19 outbreak, up from 55 percent on Feb 24, 2020. Malaysia had managed to reduce the number of cases per day after imposing strict lockdown measures.

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Share of Malaysian population who wore face masks in public places during COVID-19 outbreak from February to July 2020

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Release date

July 2020



Survey time period

February 24 to July 6, 2020

Supplementary notes

The survey was conducted across 26 countries with 27,000 respondents per week in total.

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