April 07, 2022
Heading into the third year of COVID-19, most U.S. adults have resumed some but not all of their normal pre-pandemic activities, according to the latest Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) Vaccine Monitor.
The latest KFF monitor, released this week, tracks the public’s attitudes and experiences during the pandemic, using surveys and qualitative research.
“The latest analysis from a KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor survey finds that as the omicron surge recedes, a majority of adults say they are limiting their activity levels from pre-pandemic at least somewhat in order to protect themselves from COVID,” the report notes.
Here are five insights from the latest KFF report:
“On the flip side, when asked about the positives of the pandemic, 24% of adults say changes brought about by the pandemic have made them closer to their families,” the report said.
HAP encourages everyone to stay up to date on their COVID-19 vaccines and continue to monitor the level of COVID-19 in their communities. Additional information about vaccine appointments is available online.
The latest KFF Vaccine Monitor is available to review online.
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