Concerns over resuming activities in Canada - ARCHIVED

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To combat the spread of COVID 19, in March, authorities prohibited all activities deemed non essential, disrupting the daily lives of all Canadians. Since then, activities have gradually begun to resume across Canada. This article examines Canadians’ level of concern about the health risks of resuming activities. It also examines the relationship between respondents’ level of concern and their willingness to continue taking various precautions to reduce the risk of COVID 19 transmission.

Issue Number: 2020001
Author(s): Langevin, Manon; Turcotte, Martin
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