Today, Sciensano launches the 7th COVID-19 health survey. It addresses different aspects of our physical, mental and social well-being. The previous COVID-19 health surveys had between 20,000 and 40,000 participants! Once again, we count on your participation.
The 7th COVID-19 health survey awaits you
Are you 18 or older and living in Belgium? Then complete our 7th online survey before the 21th of June. This will only take 15 minutes of your time and your participation really makes a difference.
Call for people of all ages, including the youngest ones (18-29)
Too few young people have participated in our latest surveys, yet this is important! Our surveys keep track of the health and well-being of all age groups throughout the coronavirus crisis. We need the help of young people as well!
Sharing is caring (also among young adults!)
Thanks for sharing our questionnaire as widely as possible among your friends, family and colleagues (who are 18 years or older and live in Belgium). We are counting on you!
The COVID-19 health surveys in short
These surveys support scientists and policymakers to assess the impact of the coronavirus crisis. Sciensano now launches a new questionnaire to:
- monitor the evolution of recurring, important topics, such as mental and social well-being
- assess a number of specific and current topics (this time we ask questions concerning your vaccination status and any side effects you experienced after getting your vaccine).
Thanks to your participation we can evaluate trends in time and study various public health topics.
Consult the results of the previous COVID-19 health surveys by clicking on the following links:
- 1st survey (April 2020): Dutch or French
- 2nd survey (May 2020): Dutch or French
- 3th survey (June 2020): Dutch or French
- 4th survey (September 2020): Dutch or French
- 5th survey (December 2020): Dutch or French
- 6th survey (March 2021): Dutch or French
Who initiated this study?
Sciensano researchers led by Dr. Karin De Ridder and Stefaan Demarest from the service Lifestyle and chronic diseases.
Protection of your data and rights
Participation is totally voluntary and you can decide to discontinue your participation at any time. The information you provide via the questionnaire will only be used for the goals mentioned above. Sciensano will only use this information to compile general statistics. Scientific publications can be created based on the results of the research, but your individual data will never be passed on to third parties.
The encrypted data shall be retained for the necessary duration of the research project. In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the right to access, modify or delete your data during this period. You can request Sciensano to do this via our online form. If you choose to share your email address for the follow-up study, this email address will only be retained until the end of the data collection of the COVID-19 health interview surveys and will be deleted afterwards, except if you wish to participate in future Sciensano studies.
Questions or complaints about data protection
If you have any question about data protection, please contact the Sciensano Data Protection Officer via DPO@sciensano.be or 02/642 51 02. If you have a complaint about how your data is being processed, you can contact the Belgian data protection authority: Drukpersstraat 35 — 1000 Brussels — Tel.: 02/274 48 00 — e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like additional information or if you experience a technical problem, you can always contact us!