The fact that the British drink alcohol is confirmed again.
The Guardian reported on the 25th that a survey covering 25 countries found that Britons had the highest number of drunkenness in the world last year.
The survey also found that the problem of alcohol abuse in the UK is far more serious than other problems.
More than 5% of people under the age of 25 in the UK will seek emergency medical treatment for alcohol abuse, compared with the global average of only 2%.
The report also shows that the results of the survey also show that Britons are indeed more likely to get drunk than people in other countries. According to the survey data, Scots and English people averaged more than 33 drunkenness last year.
In addition, these two regions also have the highest risk of death due to alcohol abuse, more than twice the mortality rate in several European countries, such as Germany, Spain, Italy and Portugal.
In addition, 48 percent of Britons say they have been drinking more since the coronavirus outbreak.