RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilians are more afraid of being infected by the coronavirus, or of having someone in their family contaminated, than of the economic crisis resulting from the pandemic.
This is shown by a survey conducted by the QualiBest Institute, a market research company, which interviewed some 2,000 people over two periods in March using a digital platform.
According to the survey, 73 percent of respondents said their greatest fear with the pandemic is being infected or having someone in their family infected.
The second most noted fear, by 63 percent of respondents, is that the country . . .