During the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, Canadians age 15 and older who lived with another person in the household reported better perceived mental health than those who lived alone or in larger households. Those who were employed and working also reported better mental health than Canadians who were employed but on furlough. Overall, about 54% of Canadians across all circumstances reported very good or excellent mental health. Of those individuals in a two-person household, nearly 56% reported very good or excellent mental health. About 14.9% of single-person households reported high levels of mental health. In . . .
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