I think I'm probably fairly typical in terms of Nova Scotians thinking about and acting on COVID precautions. I've been religious about masks, not getting close to people, staying home for all but important local trips, and, you know, not travelling.
I've never felt put-out by this. Of course it's somewhat painful, and limiting. But because most of us did this, we kept COVID mostly at bay, and when there were outbreaks, they were brought under control quickly. Yah us.
I've got family and loved ones (some are both :) ) in the US I miss immensely. I'm chopping at the bit to see them, but will wait, probably until very late this year, because that's what we do, right?