CovidLife 3: Live Now
Did you take part in the first CovidLife survey? Our third survey is now live. If you took part in our first survey, find out how to take the third survey here.
In April last year, we launched our first ever CovidLife survey. Over 18,000 volunteers had their say on how the COVID-19 pandemic affected their lives. After we invited everyone from the first survey to complete survey 2, over 11,000 volunteers responded!
Given the recent developments of another lockdown, we wanted to understand if there has been any change in attitudes since our previous surveys. Therefore, we're now inviting everybody who took part in CovidLife to take our third survey. You don't need to have taken part in CovidLife 2 to join our third survey.
If you took part in CovidLife, check your emails now for your personal link to the survey.
Can't find the invitation? Check your junk mail. If you can't find it there, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send you the invitation again.
It is important that we collect information on how survey volunteers understand and respond to Government advice. This is because response can bear directly on compliance. Confidence in public health messaging is related to how closely individuals follow the guidance, and to an individuals wellbeing or concerns.
You may have noticed that we didn't ask detailed questions about the signs and symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). This is because a number of other studies are already doing so. One such study is the COVID Symtpom Trackers, which can be found below if you'd like to take part.
We've taken the decision to combine the results of CovidLife survey 2 and survey 3 into one report. We felt this would help provide a clearer overview of how people may have been affected differently by COVID-19 over time. We'll be in touch with you by email as soon as we have published the results.
New COVID-19 treatment options are becoming available, which we ask about in our CovidLife 3 survey. There are some trusted websites which regularly update COVID-19 advice, based on new research developments, if you would like to learn more.
The NHS provides useful information on how to treat COVID-19 symptoms at home. They also regularly update their information on vaccinations:
In hospitals, medicines previously used for other conditions are being used to improve outcomes. Find out more about these here: