Norway’s health institute will map Norwegians’ attitudes to vaccines

Camilla Stoltenberg - FHIPhoto: Vidar Ruud / NTB
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A total of 2,000 people will be invited to participate in the National Public Health Survey on Wednesday. In the survey, the National Institute of Public Health (FHI) asks, among other things, attitudes towards new vaccines.

Director Camilla Stoltenberg at the FHI stated that they aim to obtain nationally representative data on health and living habits in the survey, but that they will also ask Norwegians questions about the corona situation.

“We especially want to map the inhabitants’ attitudes to future vaccines and the advice that is now given during the coronary pandemic, because it is important for us in future planning,” she noted in a press release.

This is the first time that the FHI is inviting a nationally representative sample of adults to participate digitally in a general survey on health and living habits.

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