Canadians’ support for random COVID-19 testing - ARCHIVED

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Given the need for timely and accurate evidence of the impact of COVID-19 in the wider population, knowledge of Canadians’ attitudes toward a strategy of random COVID-19 testing is useful information for policy makers and public health officials. This study examines the extent to which crowdsourcing participants support random testing for COVID-19, with a focus on differences by sociodemographic characteristics as well as trust levels in governments and public health authorities.

Issue Number: 2020001
Author(s): Frank, Kristyn; Arim, Rubab
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HTMLAugust 25, 2020
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