Almost 90% of Australians believe that they can follow COVID-19 related rules and regulations for as long, or longer, than is currently requested by authorities and most are willing to be vaccinated, according to round 9 of our SCRUB study.
The latest results from the Survey of COVID-19 Responses to Understand Behaviour (SCRUB) project reveal that more than a third of Australians with cold- or flu-like symptoms spent time in public and almost one in five attended work in person.
Coronavirus outbreaks in Australia’s eastern states and in New Zealand are leading to a greater compliance in COVID-safe behaviours by Australians, the latest results of the Survey of COVID-19 Responses to Understand Behaviour (SCRUB) study has found.
A survey with 1,084 adults in April this year on physical activity and sedentary behaviour during the pandemic found that the majority of Australians didn’t meet suggested physical activity and sedentary behaviour guidelines. Can we learn from this?