Study: About 36 per cent of Germans drink more alcohol
The consumption of alcohol has risen at around a third of adults in Germany since the Corona-crisis.
This was the result of a study conducted by the Central Institute of Mental health (ZI) in Mannheim in cooperation with the Klinikum Nürnberg. 35.5 percent of the more than 3000 Participating in the study reported in the anonymous Online survey, during the pandemic, more or a lot more drank alcohol than before.
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The survey is not representative, but it provides a first insight on consumer habits during the corona-related output constraints. The Federal government had recently referred in an answer to a Minor Interpellation of the FDP parliamentary group on the study. The ZI in Mannheim is Baden, a public-Law Foundation of the country-Württemberg.
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