Report 35: How risk-aware and motivated is the population still, and what is the role of the corona pass in this?

Published on 12 November 2021 During a quiet summer and after a successful vaccination campaign, the gates to freedom were opened with hope, but in the meantime a dampener of joy followed. Corona figures rose again in recent weeks. The abolition of compulsory mouth masks in public places and shops was reversed and other interventions were introduced (Covid Safe Ticket) or are being considered ... Read More

Report 34: Is there still motivational support for the measures in various regions?

Published on 9 September 2021 Last weekend, several Flemish politicians stated that the support base for the corona measures has completely evaporated. The public would no longer be prepared to follow the remaining health measures. Is this true? While the vaccination campaign is going well in Flanders and Wallonia, Brussels is lagging behind: the risk of infection and illness is higher there. What influence does the ... Read More

Report 29: Does the prospect of easing up motivate people?

Published on 21 April 2021 On 14 April, the government announced the end of the Easter break and held out the prospect of a series of relaxations to the population. Some of these, such as the opening of schools and contact professions, were made unconditional, while other relaxations will depend on the evolution of the corona figures. What impact will the announcement of this ... Read More

Report 28: Vaccination: Preferences Crystallize!

Published on 6 April 2021 The month of March was extremely turbulent for Corona. The consultation committee of 5 March held out the prospect of more outdoor activities and the opening of the catering and cultural activities from the beginning of May. Due to the rapid increase in the number of infections and hospitalisations, the consultation committee withdrew the announced easing of the measures on 17 March.

Report 24: How can we reinforce motivation?

Published on 14 February 2021 In managing this crisis, there are many unpredictable factors, such as the mutations of the virus and the production and delivery of vaccines, which are difficult to control. Yet we - the government and citizens - have our fate in our own hands. After all, we have control over the key factor that makes the situation under ... Read More

Report 15: Even hard nuts can be cracked in a motivational way!

Published on 14 October 2020 Infection rates are skyrocketing and hospitals are once again under pressure. The new government team was therefore faced last week with the challenge of communicating a number of stricter measures to turn the tide as quickly as possible. This was not a foregone conclusion: this crisis has been going on for too long and we have ... Read More