Report 21: 'At our wit's end and yet persevering'.

Published on 29 January 2021 2021 started promising: we had come through the Christmas and New Year period well, the figures remained stable, there was hope for a further decline, and freedom was promised with the roll-out of the vaccination strategy. But the long-term efforts are beginning to weigh heavily. We have been locked in our bubbles for several months now and the prospects of rapid ... Read More

Report 17: What makes for a Happy Christmas in 2020?

Published on 23 November 2020 This second lockdown makes us yearn for what lies ahead. The Christmas and end-of-year period takes on an added dimension during this corona crisis. Will we be able to celebrate Christmas with our families this year? Or would we rather stay in our lockdown cocoon? Is it worth the effort if we follow the current measures and ... Read More

Report 13: What are psychological alternatives to the bubble concept?

Published on 17 September 2020 In the middle of the summer holidays, infection rates unexpectedly rose again. Our habit of meeting family, friends, and neighbours during the summer came under pressure with the reintroduction of a smaller bubble. Today, that bubble formula is wearing thin. Some citizens revile the bubble concept, others still believe in the effectiveness of this ... Read More

Report 10: What makes for an invigorating summer holiday?

Published on 1 July 2020 The summer holidays are just around the corner. Many of us are eagerly looking forward to it. We need it, because the corona crisis demanded a lot of attention and energy. For some of us, corona fatigue has left its mental mark. At the same time, the virus may put a spanner in the works of our holiday plans. The summer of 2020 will be different anyway... Read More

Report 7: Bubbles on Mother's Day

Published on 12 May 2020 Many mothers will long remember the Mother's Day of this historic corona year. The government made a social gesture and relaxed social measures as early as Sunday, 10 May. This allowed the people to celebrate Mother's Day together as a family. But how many families took advantage of this opportunity for social reunion? Which people asked for a physical meeting to ... Read More

Report 5: Fatigue during the people's marathon strikes

Published on 26 April 2020 The National Security Council proposed a series of easing measures last Friday night. These give the people perspective, although their implementation is conditional and hard choices had to be made. Our social contacts will necessarily be at a low ebb for some time to come. It is more important than ever to persevere during this 'people's marathon', in which the ... Read More