UMMS Survey Reveals While A Majority of Marylanders Plan To Get COVID-19 Vaccine, Many Not Changing Thanksgiving Plans Due To Pandemic

Public Opinion Strategies conducted a regional online survey in Maryland among 525 adults ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday to see whether the coronavirus was having any impact on people’s in-person holiday plans.  More than four in ten (44%) residents interviewed said they were not canceling their in-person Thanksgiving or other holiday plans because of the coronavirus. The survey was conducted on behalf of The University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS), whose press release of the survey can be found here.

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