If it's truly a scam, then why would it matter at all how one answers the exam's questions?
The more relevant question would be, 'If one truly believes it's a scam, then why take the test in the first place, why concern oneself with the results, why feel that results showing a lower percentage of contracting COVID and a higher liklihood of surviving COVID is a better result than a result that shows a 99% chance of contracting and a 1% chance of survival, or at all relevant?
Wouldn't someone who truly believes it's a scam believe they have a 0% percent chance of contracting, being hospitialized, and dying of the virus, since, you know - it's a scam.
The logic just isn't there. It's like believing the boogie man is just a story, doesn't exist except to put fear in people, but then taking a test to find out how succeptible you are to becoming a victim of the boogie man, putting faith in the test and the results, and stating that because you have low succeptibility to being a victim of the boogie man it shows that the boogie man is just a scam, even if how others answer give different results that show they have a higher suceptibility.
I'm also wondering what are the lack of freedoms? Can't go to a disco until this virus is under control? Can't go to a movie theatre? Can't throw a large gathering? Show us on the doll where it hurts, and would you like a tissue for the tears and a band-aid for the owie? These types would truly melt if they had to go through WWII and had to participate in Civil Defense drills, turn their lights out at night, make sacrifices for the troops who were fighting true tyranny, were subject to daily bombings, could be thrown in a Nazi concentration camp, etc.. Then again, there are deniers who thought the holocaust was a scam.
And how does it serve politicians to deny voters who to go to/own discos, movie theatres, packed indoor restaurants, etc? What do the politicians gain by putting restrictions on the economy? Why would the multi-nationals who finance the politicians allow them to destroy their businesses bottom lines? Again, the logic is about as deep as dime or a S/. 1 coin.