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The aim of this pan-European survey is to link alcohol intake to experiences regarding the current SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. With the outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 in Europe, political actions by national governments led to changes in daily and public life in many places, including possible changes in alcohol consumption. Since the current pandemic is an unprecedented situation with hitherto unknown consequences for everyday life, a questionnaire was developed to investigate its implications, particularly with regard to drinking. The survey resulted from a collaboration of scientists from multiple research institutes in Europe, including the Technische Universität Dresden (Germany) and the Hospital Clíníc de Barcelona (Spain).The survey is available in 20+ languages. Click here for further information.

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>> Click here to go to the Moldovan survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Serbian survey <<

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>> Click here to go to the Armenian survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Kazakh survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Bosnian survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Lithuanian survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Latvian survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Montenegrin survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Georgian survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Belarusian survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Estonian survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Turkish survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Swiss survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Russian survey <<

>> Click here to go to the Ukrainian survey <<

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