Published on 14 July 2021
The Belgian vaccination campaign is going very well, although there are regional differences. In this context, the question arises as to how we deal with all kinds of behavioural measures. Are we still motivated to follow them? Do we want to abandon some or all of these measures completely or do we prefer to remain cautious? Another tricky issue is how we deal with unvaccinated people and what role can a COVID-Safe Ticket (CST) or the obligation to vaccinate play in influencing unvaccinated people to get vaccinated? Based on the results of the most recent measurement within the motivation barometer (N = 7285; average age = 53.7 years; 66.7% highly educated; 86.9% vaccinated; 78.8% Dutch speaking) we offer an answer to these questions and formulate several policy recommendations.
Motivation Barometer (17 August 2021). Motivation for the measures and attitude towards the Covid- Safe Ticket and compulsory vaccination (Report No. 33). Ghent, Leuven, Louvain, Bruxelles, Belgium. www.motivationbarometer.com
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