In efforts to curb the coronavirus spread, local governments closed public facilities that can encourage the contract of the coronavirus. Places that allow close contact and equipment sharing such as movie theaters, indoor gyms, and sports facilities were all closed as a health safety precaution.
What seems like a normal protocol implemented in various countries, restrictions in sports facilities is controversial in South Korea. In the country, indoor sports centers only allow students — children and teenagers. Furthermore, accepting only students is not also profitable for the sport facility owners.
Based on this regulation, Real Research launched a survey to better understand what the Korean public thinks about the COVID-19 protocols observed by sports facilities. Moreover, we aim to know whether South Korean society sees sports facilities as a hub for COVID-19 contraction. If they do, how concerned are they for the young ones’ health and safety within these facilities?
The Real Research survey will be available from January 10 to 15 targeting South Korean respondents. All participants who are willing to share their opinion and complete the survey will receive 10 TNC Coins as rewards.
Survey Title: COVID19 실내 체육 시설 운영 제한 (COVID19 restrictions on operations of indoor sports facilities)
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Nationality: South Korean