As far as strategies to reduce the risk of Covid-19 infection, work from home policies may be the most popular, far more preferred than masks and lockdowns. In a recent survey conducted by Suan Dusit Rajabhata University, 1,533 people in Thailand were asked their opinion about working from home. Most of the responses were in its favor.
The Suan Dusit poll was conducted online and found that when asked about various opinions and attitudes towards working from home, nearly 75% of respondents believed that staying home to work made them feel safer and could prevent Covid-19 from spreading more. Nearly half also felt like working from home was a good way to cooperate with government policies regarding Covid-19.
On the downside, about 66% of those who voted complained that they saw an increase in their household bills as their water, electricity and Internet usage increased. 62% had trouble without their normal work equipment and 46% stated that slow communication was a problem.
Overall though, Work from Home had a 70% success survey as a policy to fight Covid-19.