COVID-19 Barometer – Issue No. 50

Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have been tracking how Saskatchewan residents have been holding up. We have been providing an infographic to break down the numbers each week. Here’s how people say they are feeling for the week of April 26, 2021.

Self-reported mental health rises and stress levels fall slightly this week.

One half of residents feel the weeks ahead will remain the same, and roughly equal proportions feel they will either get worse or get better.

Opinions of public health measures remain divided this week, largely consistent with recent weeks.

Opinions of COVID-19 vaccination rollout improve for the first time in four weeks.

The proportion of adult residents that have received a COVID-19 vaccine approaches one half. Vaccination rates are highest in northern Saskatchewan.

Comfort participating in various activities ranges notably among those who are vaccinated. While most are comfortable seeing immediate family or friends, few are willing to travel out of province or attending large gatherings either indoors or outdoors.

For more information about this publication, visit the Saskatchewan COVID-19 Research Resource Centre on the Insightrix website.

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