RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Residents of Brazil's peripheries are deeply concerned about the coronavirus and believe that quarantine is the best means to fight the disease pandemic in the country.
According to a survey conducted by the advertising agency Responsa - specialized in marketing initiatives for favela communities - shows that 96 percent of this population believes in the effectiveness of social isolation to contain infection. The survey further showed that 90 percent of respondents said they feel the government is not implementing effective measures to help the most impoverished at this time.
The survey interviewed 525 people from different parts . . .