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Online expert meeting to discuss research about behavioural responses to COVID-19 measures. This session specifically looks into quarantine and isolation.

Event details of Quarantine and isolation (online)
Date 1 October 2020
Time 16:00 -17:00

To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, government authorities in many countries are asking their citizens to ‘self-quarantine' if they have potentially come into contact with the infection or if they have symptoms that could indicate COVID-19, and to 'self-isolate' if they have been tested positively. Adherence to these instructions is obviously of crucial importance to contain the pandemic.

In this meeting we will discuss different methods to measure adherence to quarantine and isolation measures. What kind of behaviours can be expected, based on prior research? And what does this say about about potential interventions?