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A group of researchers, led by Erik Wengström from Lund University, are offering their own incentives to a small group in order to test if this affects vaccine uptake.

In the study, around 8,000 participants were given one of four different incentives.

As well as the financial incentive of 200 kronor paid in the form of a gift card, the methods for the other three groups were: information about the vaccines; asking participants to come up with an argument in favour of getting...

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Sophiahemmet University College in Sweden is offering a basic medical training to workers of the SAS airline who are currently out of work. Airline workers are often used to working in high-pressure situations with difficult-to-manage customers, and so theoretically have a calm nature and people-skills that might make them suitable workers for a crisis like coronavirus.

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In just a few days, the National Agency for Education (RISE) in Sweden, in collaboration with 3 other organisations, have compiled support for schools on distance education on a new website, skolahemma.se.

Skolahemma.se offers a unified place where school staff can turn to for further information on government information, educational material and support for distance learning with digital teaching materials. There are also simpler checklists on the schoolahemma.se to help prepare ...

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