If you've been feeling tired or even angry over the daily pandemic-related changes we've all had to make, you aren't alone.
A new poll found that more than 50% of those surveyed are "angry" about the changes they've made to their daily lives nearly a year and a half after the World Health Organization first declared coronavirus a global pandemic.
The survey, conducted by Monmouth University, found that more than 60% of surveyed adults feel worn out by the pandemic-related changes –– 36% saying they feel this way "a lot" while 24% said they feel worn out "a little."
Some survey participants –– 39% to be exact –– say they don't feel worn out by the changes at all, The Hill reported. The poll surveyed 808 adults across the country between December 2 and December 6.
The new poll data comes as the US continues into a 22nd month living with Covid-19, following the WHO's March 2020 announcement.
With a potential winter surge of new cases looming, it doesn't seem like any of the changes we've made will be over anytime soon.
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