The data showed that 57% of people were uncomfortable with how many times public bathrooms got cleaned. Furthermore, they were also concerned about how often door handles, gas station pumps and elevator buttons got disinfected.
"Canadians are patiently waiting to get back to some semblance of normalcy," Melanie Plaz Casado, Vice President of Marketing for Clorox Canada said. "While there are no guarantees about how the world will look in the months ahead, the survey has shown the key to being confident is being cautious."
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"We have committed to donating excess doses," Anand responded, before adding that Justin Trudeau and Health Minister Patty Hajdu had spoken on the issue previously.
She said Canada's leading officials are "on the same page in terms of the need to donate excess doses that Canadians aren't using," adding that the feds are "thinking of all of the options relating to any excess doses."