COVID-19 stigma high among certain groups in Asia-Pacific, survey reveals

An IFRC survey involving nearly 5,000 respondents in Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, and Pakistan found that 1 in 3 respondents believe certain groups are responsible for spreading the disease. Now the organization is trying to get to the root of that stigma.

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