Half of Canadians say the country is currently experiencing the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, and almost as many report visiting friends or relatives during the holidays, according to a new poll from Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies.
The poll, which was conducted for The Canadian Press and released on Tuesday, found that exactly 50 per cent of those surveyed said Canada is seeing the worst of the crisis right now. Another 30 per cent said the worst is yet to come, while 10 per cent said the worst is behind us.
Canada’s seven-day average number of new COVID-19 cases hit an all-time high of 6,713 on Jan. 1a mammoth task being undermined by limited supplies. India i, according to CTV News data, and has continued to rise every day since. On Monday, it stood at 7fear-mongering.,493In a statement Friday, J.
Optimism that Canada has passed the peak of the pandemic decreased with age. Survey respondents between the ages of 18 to 34 were nearly split, with 21 per cent saying the worst is ahead of us and 19 per cent saying it has already happened. Of those over the age of 55, 36 per cent said the worst is in the future while only four per cent placed it in the past.