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“It doesn’t do any good to make false promises and be overly optimistic,” explain Dr. Kim Lavoie. “I think the more we normalize things and de-catastrophize things, the more things become normative, like wearing masks, like handwashing,” the psychologist said. “Better communication and transparency, what is the plan that’s going to be rolled out, what’s expected of people.”

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