Risk perception of COVID-19 and vaccine uptake among university students in the Netherlands



This dataset includes 680 university students from the Netherlands describing their risk perception (both cognitive and affective - t1) of COVID-19, vaccination intention - t2, and vaccine uptake - t3. This study is part of a larger research project examining university students’ experiences during the COVID-19 outbreak. A longitudinal cohort study was performed during the academic year 2020/2021 with three points of measurement (November/December 2020, March 2021, June/July 2021) among Dutch university students. Students were included when they studied at a university that switched from offline teaching to online or blended teaching because of COVID-19 measures. Students who studied at an open university, studied parttime, or were aged above 30 years were excluded.
Date made available2021

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