In March 2020, Manitobans quickly adopted recommended behaviours to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Over time, Manitobans have continued to use many of these measures to reduce the spread.
Overall, 46% of Manitobans report that their household’s online shopping has increased over the last six months.
Manitobans do not expect to go back to normal activities. In spite of the fact that the province was virtually COVID-19-free at the time of the survey in early July 2020, Manitobans are still not comfortable with attending most events that involve large numbers of people.
Manitobans are maintaining their pandemic behaviours. Manitobans continue to worry, especially for the Canadian economy. Manitobans are not taking COVID-19 as serious
Manitobans miss not being able to dine out. Some Manitobans say COVID-19 has made them better off financially. Many Manitobans say the impact of the pandemic has been neutral or even positive for them personally
COVID-19 continues to negatively impact the workforce. Manitobans are expecting longer measures for social distancing. Economic concerns are down slightly.