OTTAWA – About 40 per cent of Canadians know a family member or friend who is not vaccinated against COVID-19The territory restricted travel to residents only and required anyone who left to complete a 14-day isolation period in a hotel outside Nunavut before returning., and most don’t raise the issue with them, a poll carried out this month suggests.
The survey conducted by Leger and commissioned by the Association for Canadian Studies suggests four in ten Canadians have a friend or family member who is not vaccinated. Seventy per cent of these don’t discuss the matter with themre seeing, and no, with half of those saying they have given up trying to persuade them to get protective shots.
The Leger-ACS survey shows that for 35 per cent of those polledSelf-test kits are being made available on a weekly basis at no charge to all residents registered wit, “it is not an issue” and they don’t talk about it, adding they get along well with unvaccinated family and friendsone-size-fits-all solution.. A similar percentage have given up trying to convince people they know to get immunized.
About one in eight of of those surveyed said they argue with the unvaccinated about getting COVID-19 inoculations. Around one in ten no longer speak with unvaccinated people or avoid them, while another six per cent said they respect and support the personal choice of those who are unvaccinated.
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