How Pandemic Behavior is Changing
"As more Americans become vaccinated, our data signal an intention to return to activities like indoor dining and large gatherings that many people had previously paused. However, with less than half of the U.S. population fully vaccinated and the pandemic continuing to present grave risk in other countries, many people remain hesitant to reengage in these behaviors. With the national vaccine rollout continuing and guidance on post-vaccination behaviors evolving it is important to continue to monitor intentions over the next several months." – Caitlin Carroll Oppenheimer, Senior Vice President of Public Health
“With the national vaccine rollout continuing and guidance on post-vaccination behaviors evolving it is important to continue to monitor intentions over the next several months.”
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