REDUCING TRANSMISSION OF SARS-CoV-2 TO AFRICAN GREAT APES IN TOURISM
PARTICIPANT INFORMATION SHEET
This study has been reviewed by, and received ethics clearance through, the University of Exeter Ethics Committee (Reference number: eCORN002530 v3.1).
The data collected in this questionnaire will help evaluate visitor perceptions of COVID-19 transmission risk and risk mitigation in great ape tourism. These data will then be used to help develop targeted education programmes and may be used in academic publications, if relevant.
If you decide to partake in this questionnaire, please simply answer the questions at your convenience. .
Whilst the questionnaire does touch on the issue of COVID-19, it is focussed specifically on great ape tourism sites and associated mitigation rather than personal reflections on the virus or its impact.
Any information or identifying records collected will remain anonymous and confidential. Data will be stored securely, following University of Exeter policy.
Any participation in this questionnaire is entirely voluntary. There is no requirement to complete this and you are entitled, should you wish, to discontinue at any time.