Majority of Canadians Support Shutting Down Non-essential Businesses During Second Wave of COVID-19, Recent Poll Says
According to the probe conducted by the firm Nanos Research for CTV News, nearly 70% of Canadians support the closure of businesses deemed non-essential during a pandemic, such as gyms and places of worship. They are also said to be in agreement with allowing restaurants to offer take-out only.
This poll, conducted among more than 1,000 Canadians between September 30 and October 4, also reveals the position of Canadians on establishing a national plan for testing for COVID-19.
Thus, 70% of them are in favor of a single testing strategy for all Canadian provinces.
In addition, nearly 72% of respondents support the measures put in place for travel between provinces, such as the 14-day quarantine.