Survey Finds Around 3 In 10 People Would Be Less Inclined To Handle Cash Post-Pandemic

Around 3 in 10 people would be less inclined to handle cash post-pandemic.

A survey of over 1,000 people found that almost half of people intend to continue wearing masks in public spaces when it’s no longer mandatory to do so.

4 in 10 said they would be less inclined to hug or shake hands in the future.

But Clinical Psychotherapist Stephanie Regan is encouraging everyone to embrace hugging again:

“Hugs do lift our serotonin level and our feeling of connection and our feeling of not being isolated and alone. And so, I would say definitely clock them up now.”


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