RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After polling 30 countries and consulting more than 21 thousand adults, the international consulting firm Ipsos revealed its latest report, "A year of Covid-19", which addressed the projections and feelings that the pandemic has left throughout the period in which the virus has been in circulation.
Thus, it was determined that an average of 45% of adults say that their mental and emotional health has worsened in the last year. Meanwhile, in Chile, the figure rises to 56%, placing the country in second place worldwide, only surpassed by Turkey, which has 61%. Of the Chilean . . .