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Kim Lavoie, the chair of behavioural medicine at Université du Québec à Montréal, said, “it’s not productive to stay angry, certainly in the short-term.”

“Keep in mind that even though the sacrifices are big and we didn’t see this coming or the government didn’t see this coming, it’s still what we have to do to get what we want,” she added.

Lavoie said it’s important to remember why the restrictions are there — that the goal is to get the situation under control and back to normal.

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