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How will behaviour change after COVID vaccination? New survey reveals post-pandemic trends

Three-quarters of people said they'll continue to socially distance, even after having a vaccine. Image: REUTERS/Paul Ratje

Sean Fleming
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a chart showing people's intention to socially distance after getting a vaccine
People are still eager to practice social distancing, even after a vaccine. Image: World Economic Forum-Ipsos
a chart showing people's eagerness to do certain activities again in different countries
Overall, people are most confident to eat in restaurants again. Image: World Economic Forum-Ipsos
a chart showing the number of covid vaccine administered globally
Over 3 billion doses of vaccine have been administered worldwide, but only 1% of people in low-income countries have had a jab. Image: Our World in Data
a chart showing peoples willingness to fly after the vaccines
Most people feel more confident flying domestically than aborad. Image: World Economic Forum-Ipsos
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