Data shows Canadians are running out of empathy as pandemic progresses

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We are almost at the end of the second year of the pandemic and, unsurprisingly, the data shows that we are no longer in the best version of ourselves. A recent Angus Reid poll has revealed surprisingly low rates of empathy among Canadians. Especially when it is between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated. The Star mental health reporter Nadine Yousif comes together to talk about what this new survey reveals about empathy and sympathy and why our reserves are running low.

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