28 July, 2021
People are feeling uneasy about upcoming in-person interaction. According to a recent study by the American Psychological Association, nearly half of Americans (49%) said they feel uneasy about adjusting to in-person interaction once the pandemic ends. Adults who received the COVID-19 vaccine were just as likely as those who have not received a vaccine to say this (48% vs. 49%, respectively). Similarly, 46% of adults said they do not feel comfortable going back to living life like they used to before the pandemic.