9 out of 10 Aussies followed COVID-19 rules
More than nine in 10 Australians at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic performed "avoidance behaviours", new research suggests.
The study surveyed 1420 Australians between 18-24 March about their attitudes and beliefs towards the health crisis.
While 50% of respondents weren't overly worried about the threat of coronavirus to their personal health, more than 90% said they had changed their behaviour to help stop its spread, said lead author Dr Holly Seale from UNSW.
A total of 42% of respondents perceived the