17 May 2020

Freedom and haircuts: survey shows priorities for level two

From Sunday Morning, 7:10 am on 17 May 2020

The eighth weekly survey on the impact Covid-19 is having on New Zealanders' lives found people were simply looking forward to having more freedom as the country headed into alert level 2, and the top priority for people was a haircut. On the other side of the coin, there's still a high level of concern about catching the virus, especially with the increased movement that level 2 brings. Research NZ's Emanuel Kalafatelis explains more.

The Barbers Room on Dominion Rd, Mt Eden, 14 May. NZ is in level 2 after seven weeks of lockdown restrictions.

Photo: RNZ / Dan Cook