COVID Coping: Issue No. 86

Self-reported mental health and stress due to the pandemic hold relatively steady.

Outlook for the weeks is slightly less optimistic.

With reduced access to provincial COVID-19 data, one third say they are paying less attention to active cases, hospitalizations and COVID-19-related deaths in Saskatchewan. Only one in ten are following things more closely.

Residents offer mixed assessments of active cases in Saskatchewan right now. Nearly four in ten believe cases are rising while fewer believe cases are either remaining the same or declining. Close to one third are uncertain.

Only one quarter of residents believe we’re coming to the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Most plan to keep wearing a mask in public after mandates around mask-wearing are lifted at the end of February.

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