UMass Boston

Reports

Read our first report Living in Boston During COVID: Inequities in Navigating a Pandemic, which highlights how some Bostonians were able to alter their daily activities to minimize their exposure to risk and maximize their health–whereas others were not.

Read our second report, Living in Boston During COVID: Fear and Ambivalence, which describes the attitudes and behaviors that might create vulnerabilities for spreading infection in different communities.

Read our third report, Living in Boston During COVID: Economic Impact, which describes how the pandemic has affected the employment trajectories and economic resources of Boston’s residents.

Read our fourth report, Living in Boston During COVID-19: Lifestyle, Ideology, Context Drive Attitudes, which provides a precise understanding of the factors that are driving attitudes toward and knowledge about the pandemic, infection risk, and social distancing guidelines. 

Read our fifth report, Living in Boston During COVID-19: Vaccination Planning and Hesitancy¬†in the Living in Boston During Covid-19 series describes Boston respondents’ intentions to get the COVID-19 vaccine, when available.

Read our sixth report, Living in Boston During COVID-19: Physical and Mental Health in a series that describes how the pandemic has affected the physical and mental health of Boston’s residents.

 

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