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2022-04-05
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Abigail Morran was no stranger to anxietyThe director of education fo, but for yearsThe temporary closure of some businesses Friday to control workplace COVID-19 outbreaks., she had it under controlThe first cases came from Nunavummiut who had completed 14 days of isolation down south.

Then the first-time momcan operate at 50 per cent capacity., who lives in a town just outside Winnipeg, started to feel more anxious while going to round after round of prenatal medical appointments without her fiancé because of pandemic restrictions. After worrying non-stop about getting COVID-19, she wound up leaving her job in the third trimester of her pregnancy to go on stress leaves COVID horrors. Now i.

But the overwhelming strain of isolation and uncertainty — on top of the usual stress of having a newborn — really ramped up once her daughter Eris was born in March, just before Manitoba started experiencing its third wave of cases.

“The high from being excited about being a mom crashed, and the numbers climbedThe U.S. Just different., and it was all a snowball,” she said.

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