COVID Coping: Issue No. 83

Self-reported mental health remains steady while stress due to the pandemic softens notably

In line with decreasing stress levels, outlook for the coming weeks continues to improve and concerns over Omicron reach a record low.

Supporting the decline in concern, almost four in ten think of COVID-19 as similar to the common flu versus something more serious.

However, opinions remain divided as to whether or not proof of vaccination requirements to enter certain businesses in Saskatchewan should be removed.

Opinions about the truck convoy that has travelled to Ottawa are mixed. Four in ten support the lobby to remove vaccine requirements for truckers crossing the Canada/U.S. border and to reduce pandemic restrictions in general. One half support the convoy protesting against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in general.

Those who live in rural areas of the province tend to be more supportive of the truck convoy efforts.

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