COVID Coping: Issue No. 85

Self-reported mental health remains relatively low but stress due to the pandemic softens.

Outlook for the weeks ahead continues to improve, while concern over the Omicron variant drops further.

Most of those who have received the first vaccine booster are receptive to receiving another booster shot if it becomes available.

Although still divided, more residents this week are supportive of restrictions being loosened in Saskatchewan. Among those opposed to loosening restrictions, most feel such changes should not take place until March or even further down the road.

Residents are also very much divided on whether the federal government should have invoked the Emergencies Act to address protests and blockades. While nearly all of those unvaccinated oppose the measure, four in ten of those vaccinated also oppose invoking the Act.

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