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Almost Half Of Canadians Are Planning To Act Up This Holiday Season And Abandon Social Distancing Rules, Survey Says

The holiday season is nearly upon us, and it looks like Canadians are ready to act up.

That’s right, according to a recent poll by Leger, 45% of Canadians will be letting go of social distancing measures by planning to greet, hug and even kiss others this winter season.

Leger Poll

But that’s not all, 26% of Canadians will be celebrating the same way they did before the pandemic, while 37% of Canadians plan on turning up even more than last year with friends and family.

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Additionally, 35% of Canadians will still invite a family member or a friend to their home even if their guest was not vaccinated and 32% of individuals would accept an invitation to the function even if they were aware that unvaccinated people would be there.

Be honest, are you planning on ditching COVID-19 regulations for the sake of the holiday?


Osobe is the Editor-in-chief at 6ixbuzz News leading both local and international coverage. She has written for VICE, The Canadian Press, Toronto Star, HuffPost and Aljazeera.
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