Public knowledge and perception of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) can help shape the federal, state, and local governments’ response to the pandemic and indicate whether those strategies are effective. RTI surveyed over 2,000 Americans in April 2020 to capture their awareness of COVID-19, their understanding of how the virus is transmitted, and their levels of support for potential community mitigation strategies.
In this four-part webinar series, we will share the outcomes from the RTI-funded survey and provide a detailed analysis of the implications from that data.
Learn more about part one of our series and register now to hear the results and analyses of RTI's ongoing coronavirus survey.
Webinar 1: Face Coverings and Social Distancing
Wednesday, May 6 | 12:00PM ET–1:00PM ET
Learn about Americans’ perceptions on the level of effectiveness and necessity of face coverings and social distancing measures, which may have implications for how strictly they follow guidelines for both.
Presenters: Alicia Frasier, MPH, Christine Bevc, PhD, Molly Lynch, MPH, and the RTI COVID-19 Rapid Response Survey Research Team
Moderator: Linda Squiers, PhD
Learn more about this webinar series.