Survey: When Do You Plan to Fly, Dine Out, and Shake Hands Again?

Münchner Christkindlmarkt at Marienplatz during the day

By Kurt Stolz on 29 November 2020
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A resurgence of the coronavirus has once again placed life on hold for hundreds of millions of people across the globe.  With the holiday season upon us, government officials are trying to balance a desire to celebrate the season and allow some everyday activies with a need to stem the spread of the virus.

What you yourself do is wholly dependent on your comfort level and, while many are confident to go to a doctor’s office for non-urgent care at this point, probably an equal number are not.

We want your personal opinions on when you might resume these 20 activities of everyday life, recognizing you will take into consideration your individual life circumstances, and risk tolerance. If one of the activities listed is not something you would ordinarily do, please provide the comfort level solely with respect to the pandemic that would allow you to do it as opposed to just selecting “never.”

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