January 27, 2022

The Queens County Citizen

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New Year’s Day was quieter than expected

New Year's Day was quieter than expected

For the second year in a row, Quebec will be partially handed over for a change to the new year.

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Many had to cancel their New Year celebrations after the announcement of new sanitation measures. Six groups, all of which have to be confined to their family bubble.

So Karen Cloutier wakes up alone in her dormitory in Montreal. It’s not a dream evening, but for Mrs. Cloutier it will be even easier than last year.

“Last year, it was tough! My partner was on the other side of the border, the border was closed, I moved my mother to CHSLD,” she explains.

“This year it’s just, ‘Well, what can we do to make it more enjoyable, more enjoyable?’ I’m going to call our sales during lunch and it will be. “

Although the Cubans are celebrating 2022 at home, that does not prevent them from spicing up with a bottle of wine or bubbles in the evening or with a hearty meal.

“We are making small allocations for the next few days,” said a citizen who met with TVA Nouvelles.

“A good balloon bottle that came in today, so I’m coming to get it. I’m going alone with my girlfriend today, ”adds another.

Although many exhibit resilience, psychologists are still concerned about the mental health of cubers.

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“We are very concerned. The return to action is sure to have a big impact on mental health,” said psychologist Karen Gauthier.

At such times, she recommends having fun.

“Even if you don’t really like it, do anything as special as possible. It could be ordering food or making yourself what you really like. ”

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