Vaccines and past infection do not provide 100% immunity from Covid-19 so the virus is likely to circulate for the foreseeable future. This means that we need to engage in longer-term risk management. This includes making spaces safer (e.g. by improving ventilation), and ensuring that people keep enacting protective behaviours (e.g. getting vaccinated, wearing masks as required, social distancing). It is not enough just to tell people to do things; rather active promotion and enabling of these behaviours using the best available behavioural science is required.
This report explains how best we can mitigate the spread of Covid-19 using behavioural science.
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