SCRUB: Survey of COVID-19 Responses to Understand Behaviour - Public Summary

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Description: The Survey of COVID-19 Responses to Understand Behaviour (SCRUB) seeks to understand behaviour and its drivers in the context of COVID-19. We are conducting a survey with both repeated cross-sectional and longitudinal sampling -- to track behaviour and its determinants over time. You can access de-identified data by completing a Google Form ( Each time the survey is updated with new data, we generate an updated report about the prevalence of protective behaviours, their most important drivers or barriers, a break-down by key demographics, and trends over time. We also test the effectiveness of different interventions to encourage relevant behaviours. Our vision for this project is an international and continuously-updated dataset that can provide local insights to help government and public health officials make better decisions to fight against COVID-19. More information at

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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