Returning to normal after pandemic will be within 6 to 12 months

While 69.2% of the respondents started to work remotely within the scope of the measures taken, 35.9% of the respondents think that working remotely is more tiring and 25.6% think that this system is more stressful. 

The economic measures taken are insufficient
Another important data revealed by the survey is related to the measures taken. 51.3% of the respondents agree that the economic measures taken due to the pandemic are insufficient. The survey results reveal that although the effect of the pandemic is reduced, the majority of the respondents (66.7%) are still worried about the coronavirus. The results also highlight that the pandemic has had an impact on all areas of life. 61.5% of the respondents think that the pandemic affects society in terms of economy, health, psychology and social.

Mostly the curfew is compelling 
The most important psychological effect of the pandemic stands out as the curfews. 51.3% of the respondents think that they have hard time in staying at home during the pandemic, and 33.3% think that it is difficult for them to stay away from the elders of their family. In the process of staying at home, sports activities (56.4%), reading books (51.3%) and watching movies-TV series (46.2%) activities come to the fore. In this process, the rate of people working is 41%. Respondents agree that the sales of food products will increase the most (64.1%) in online purchases as the coronavirus pandemic process extends.

GYİAD: The time for “returning to normal” will be shorter if the measures are observed
Evaluating the results of the survey, GYİAD Board President Fuat Pamukçu said: “When we look at the responses of our members to the survey, we see that the majority of the respondents think that the measures taken should be expanded “in terms of economy”. The psychological and social effects of the pandemic will continue to decrease over time. We anticipate that the time for “returning to normal” will also be shortened if the measures taken are observed.” 
Fuat Pamukçu continued, “As we always say, our country should continue to focus on structural reforms in order to gain an advantage after this crisis. The young population should be brought into the economy, with a particular focus on employment. As GYİAD, we continue to do our part in this regard. We have full trust in our country and we think that we will get through this process as soon as possible.”