Britons are excited to see family and friends, spontaneous day trips and dining out when lockdown ends
People are generally more comfortable with the idea of returning to normal activities compared to previous lockdowns, with most looking forward to day trips, holidays, and seeing friends and family
Latest findings from antibody surveillance study published
Imperial College London and Ipsos MORI have today published their latest antibody surveillance report tracking COVID-19 infection across England. For the first time, the study captures participants who have received a COVID-19 vaccine, and also gathers insight into how different groups feel about vaccines.
Britons are most likely to want to donate surplus doses of COVID-19 vaccine to other countries
As Boris Johnson pledges to donate a majority of the UK’s surplus vaccine supply to poorer countries, new global polling from Ipsos MORI finds seven in ten Britons (69%) want to pass on some of our extra doses of COVID-19 vaccines to be used in other countries.
Interim Findings from REACT Study - February 2021
These latest findings demonstrate the impact lockdown restrictions are having on reducing infections across the country. Infections still remain high with more people in hospital than at the peak last April and hospital admissions for COVID-19 are at around 1,600 a day. It is vital everyone continues to play their part by staying at home and getting vaccinated when invited.