The survey was carried out by the Alcohol and Drug Information Centre between May 01- 10 using a sample group of 2019 persons covering who would smoke and consume alcohol, covering all 25 districts.
23% of the sample group is between the ages of 21 and 24 while 47% of the group are between 25 and 40 years of age.
30% were over 40 years of age.
84% stated that the unavailability of alcohol contributed to the reduced consumption of alcohol.
16% had opposing opinions.
49% of wives of alcohol consumers stated that they faced lesser domestic problems.
40% stated that they were able to save money as a result.
54% had smoked last prior to the coronavirus pandemic.
68% stated that they minimised smoking during the Covid-19 crisis.