Reopening Anxiety: Transitioning to Normal

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Ontario's long lockdowns have taken a psychological toll on many. But as the province now moves into the first stage of its phased re-opening plan, not everyone is feeling mentally ready for all aspects of post-pandemic life. We explore the prevalence and reasons behind the anxiety some are feeling about resuming social contact, and how to deal with the new normal.
Episode:
Nothwithstanding in Ontario
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Jun 14, 2021
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