Behavioural study of COVID-19 symptom showers.
This research was aimed at understanding the psychology of citizens to get tested and to follow prevention measures when they show COVID-19 symptoms. It analyses the monetary and psychological perspective. It was found that 75% of the symptomatic individuals did not follow isolation measures, and 80% of symptomatic participants chose to not test, solely based on the decreased severity of symptoms. 7 respondents showed severe symptoms but restrained themselves from taking a test due to the high cost of testing for Covid-19.