Report 39: Motivation, well-being and vaccination attitudes in Omikron times

Published on 19 January 2022 We have entered a new phase of the pandemic: the omicron variant is making a widespread breakthrough, the number of daily infections is rising to unprecedented levels, the testing strategy used so far is no longer tenable and the quarantine rules in schools have been adjusted several times. Primary school children and their parents are invited to be vaccinated against the ... 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 23: Boosting and restoring confidence

Published on 11 February 2021 A year ago, COVID-19 changed our lives drastically and the return to normal life is still a long way off. Three months ago, vaccines began to offer some perspective. Enthusiasm for them has continued to grow systematically among the population, but supply difficulties are shaking up vaccination planning. Added to this are the uncertainties about ... Read More