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Public survey available during the corona virus measures

Last updated 22 hours ago by Michael Darmanin

The GGD Utrecht (Municipal Health Authority of Utrecht) on behalf of the RIVM (Netherlands National Institute for Public Health and the Environment) are undertaking research into how people are experiencing the measures during the current situation amidst the corona virus pandemic. The questionnaire is available in Dutch on the website of the GGD.

The survey contains questions such as how often people wash their hands in a day. Do they adhere to the 20 second rule? And how often do they stay the required social distance of one and a half meter? The survey also includes subjective topics such as how people feel about having to stay home as much as possible?

Government believes that if they can better understand how people feel about the current situation, they can take more appropriate measures that are in favor of the majority.

Source: GGD

Michael Darmanin
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