Data of Vietnamese’s life during COVID-19

Published: 6 July 2021| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/4k4k3bt3st.2


This research mentions Vietnamese’s life over the country, from the North to the Central and the South during COVID-19 pandemic through 590 volunteers from 15 to 76 years old, in multiple demographic profiles, answering our question. Data was collected by online questionnaire, purposefully on social networking platforms commonly used in Vietnam, Facebook and Zalo, taking place from June 15 to June 25, 2021 using the snowball techniques. SPSS software version 20.0 is used for descriptive statistics analysis, correlation test and reliability assessment of Likert scale; from there, helping to detect risks, typical daily living habits, special psychosocial status in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and key solutions (at individual and national level) in response to the severe impacts of the pandemic. The data set can be a reference source for in-depth surveys on social life, building analytical models, forecasting the specific mood of society in crisis and implicating many important policy solutions so that countries with similar economic, cultural and social characteristics to Vietnam can learn, adapt and overcome the disaster caused by COVID-19.


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Data was collected using an online questionnaire answered by 590 people in 24 provinces and cities in the North, Central and South Vietnam, lasting for 10 days from June 15 to June 25, 2021 - when the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Vietnam is very serious with more dangerous impact than previous outbreaks. Therefore, in addition to 09 questions about demographic characteristics described in Table 1, we are interested in collecting data on people's lives through: surveying the impact of the pandemic on personal aspects mentioned in Table 2a and Table 2b (08 items: labor - employment, income, physical, mental, social interaction,...); daily activities during the pandemic (16 items) in Table 3a and Table 3b; typical psychosocial status (12 items) in Table 4, solutions to deal with psychological crisis during the pandemic through medical, religious, and belief perspectives (9 items) in Table 5a and Table 5b; beliefs and trust that why the people and the State of Vietnam have overcame and will overcome the COVID-19 pandemic (12 items) in Table 6. These questions are designed in the form of open/closed questions, Yes-No questions, Multiple choice questions, Likert scale questions (3 or 5 levels).


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