Take action for the next step in combating the coronavirus

What we want

We want security and freedom for people, to safeguard their physical, psychological and economic wellbeing. We want to be able to live with the new coronavirus.

Health and the economy seem currently in conflict with each other. This conflict can be resolved, if there is widespread, regular testing of people. This does not happen at present, because the capacity to do this is not sufficient.

This is why we are campaigning for systematic random testing across the board, so that

  • individuals and the economy can live and function with COVID-19
  • insight can be gained in the effectiveness of current and future policy measures

We need your help

to convince public opinion, the media and policy makers that such a programme is crucial to simultaneously meet public health requirements and allow normal economic and social activity, as long as the COVID-19 pandemic has not been conquered.

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  • «Without comprehensive testing and contact tracing, governments risk a dramatic rise in both human and economic costs.»

    Klaus Wertenbroch
    Novartis Chaired Professor of Management and Environment, Professor of Marketing INSEAD, Singapore

  • «Without testing, we don’t have data to conduct evidence-driven policy making. This is essential to minimize health risks while reopening the economy. »

    Gabriel Felbermayr
    President of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy

  • «We need more evidence to support our decision making, if we want to build a better future!»

    Alexis Johann
    Managing Partner at FehrAdvice & Partners AG

  • «Evidence matters.»

    Jörn Basel
    Professor of Business Psychology at Kalaidos University, Advisor at The Negotiation Studio

  • «We need more reliable samples and in-depth analyses to fight covid-19.»

    Gudrun Sander
    Adjunct Professor of Business Administration with special emphasis on Diversity Management at University of St. Gallen

  • «The economic burden is huge on individuals: Support everyone to get “back to normal” soon.»

    Patricia Kellerhals
    CEO Monvia Gesundheitszentrum AG, Lecturer at Zurich University of Applied Sciences in Business Administration (HWZ)

  • «Let’s use the assets we have and act on the needs without hindering biases and ideologies. »

    Lars Maydell
    International Executive Coach

  • «Strengthen scientific data and research and fight against speculation.»

    Victor Schmid
    Chairman & Partner / Co-Founder at Hirzel.Neef.Schmid.Konsulenten

  • «I think it’s a good idea.»

    Alexander Scheer
    Managing Lawyer at Scheer Rechtsanwalt GmbH Vienna

  • «… because decisions and policies need to be based on evidence and data.»

    Eva Zehetner
    Head of Human Ressources at Telekom Austria Group

  • «Testing is central to enable us to live with the virus without severe and blunt distancing measures.»

    Dorothea Kübler
    Director of the department Behaviour on Markets

  • «We need sufficient information for effective disease control. Governments should do more to provide this important public good.»

    Rupert Sausgruber
    Professor of Public Economics at WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)

Why testing? Experts explain.

Dan Ariely, Professor of Behavioral Economics and Psychology at Duke University 

Behavioral Economist Matthias Sutter explains why he supports our initiative.


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