COVID Coping: Issue No. 82

Self-reported mental health improves slightly as stress due to the pandemic eases.

Despite the sustained rise in cases, outlook for the next few weeks improves for the first time in over two months. Supporting this, concern over the Omicron variant subsides.

However, despite changes announced by the provincial government yesterday, four in ten believe restrictions should be increased. Findings are similar to that of the middle of Saskatchewan’s fourth wave of COVID-19.

Resident support for the struggling restaurant industry is strong amidst the risk of permanent closures.

One in four say they are very likely to dine in at a local restaurant and four in ten say they are very likely to order takeout to support the local industry.

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