Any Saskatchewan adult who has access to a smartphone or computer with internet access can join the study, which will be open between June and October 2021. (Photo: Myrna MacDonald, University of Saskatchewan)

Smartphone survey to collect Saskatchewan residents’ perception of COVID-19

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Saskatchewan residents can give input about COVID-19 public health measures by using their smartphones to respond to a series of five-minute surveys.

It’s part of a new study launched by University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers who want to understand people’s thoughts about the effectiveness of public health messaging and the perceived risk of COVID-19 in their lives over the next four months….

https://news.usask.ca/articles/research/2021/smartphone-survey-to-collect-saskatchewan-residents-perception-of-covid-19.php

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