In the first week, 6791 people took part in the study, filling out 23,254 questionnaires. These citizens, aged between 16 and 89 years old, informed us how they acted in a set of situations that could influence the course of the epidemic in Portugal.
The results presented four topics of concern:
1. Test, diagnosis and symptoms; 2. Use of healthcare and information search; 3. Risk contacts; and 4. Daily living activities.
Detailed information on the results of the first week of the study can be found in the report prepared by ISPUP and INESC TEC researchers (HERE) and in the news prepared by the PÚBLICO newspaper (HERE).
In the first week of the study, the well-being of the participants was also evaluated through a varied set of questions. You can consult the report related to the emotional well-being of the participants HERE and the news prepared by PÚBLICO HERE.