Less Than Half Of Canadians Are Down To Fly And Party With Unvaccinated People
A new survey has revealed Canadians' comfort levels with different activities.
A new Leger survey has revealed how Canadians feel about socializing with unvaccinated people in a variety of different settings.
Canadian respondents who normally participate in certain activities were asked how comfortable they feel doing each activity knowing that unvaccinated people may be present.
Only 48% of Canadian respondents said they would feel comfortable going to in-person classes with unvaccinated people; 47% said they'd be comfortable going to a spa or beauty salon, and 45% said they'd be comfortable going to a cinema or theatre.
Even fewer respondents, 41%, said that they would be comfortable attending indoor shows or sporting events.
Meanwhile, 40% said they'd be comfortable using public transport; 38% said they'd be comfortable going to the gym; 37% said they'd be comfortable flying on a plane, and 32% said they'd be comfortable going to a bar or nightclub knowing that unvaccinated people could be there.
In each of those categories, American respondents were more comfortable than Canadian respondents with participating in the activity.
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