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A recent study revealed that 31 percent of young adults – those between the ages of 18 to 31 – have decided to pack their bags and relocate during the COVID outbreak.
ZeroHedge reported the survey found that one of the main reasons they left were to be closer to friends and family. About 27 percent of those polled said their decision was based on affordability, and another 21 percent said they moved for a job. 
Bankrate/YouGov survey found that about 26 percent of millennials and 10 percent of Generation Xers moved during the outbreak.
Zach Wichter, a Bankrate analyst, told Yahoo! Finance that these individuals “are going places where they may be able to get a little more space, a little more bang for their buck, but not going to the middle of a cornfield for the most part.”
No Fine Dining 
A Harris Poll survey conducted for USA Today showed that many Americans are hesitant to eat out even after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. 
Between 25 and 30 percent of those polled said they intend to wait until the country reaches herd immunity, which means that at least 70 percent of Americans have been vaccinated. As of last week, more than 25 percent of the population received a COVID-19 dose.
The survey – which was conducted earlier this month – also pointed out that 33 percent of Americans said they would feel safe at restaurants after their second dose. The paper said that in January, the number was at 29 percent.
The poll also showed only 7 percent of Americans said they would feel comfortable dining out after their first dose. 
The Harris poll showed that 23 percent of those polled said they will not feel safe until the country reaches herd immunity, and 27 percent would refuse to travel by plane. The USA Today report noted about 32 percent said they would be hesitant to attend a concert and sporting event.
TREND FORECAST: Facts don’t matter, fear and what is being sold to the public is what counts. First, the COVID vaccine has not been approved by the FDA. It was rushed out to the public to fight the COVID War under the battle cry of Operation Warp Speed. 
Instead of approving the vaccine – which would mean the FDA makes it official that the jab is safe and effective – they rushed it out to the public under the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) authority. This gives them the freedom to do what they wish despite the lack of data to support the vaccine’s efficacy, safety… and dangers. 
Secondly, uninterested in the facts, the general public swallows what Big Pharma – i.e., Drug Dealers who fill the pockets of politicians with bribes called campaign contributions and shovel billions into the pockets of mainstream media with ad revenue – sell them. 
With the non-stop spreading of COVID fear and anxiety now part of the nation’s culture, it will slow down an economic bounce-back in tourism, conventions, hospitality, restaurants, concerts, trade shows, travel, theater, and other sectors where people socialize and congregate. 
TRENDPOST: As we have been reporting in the Trends Journal, the efficacy of COVID vaccines is questionable. Yesterday on the website is the article, “Vaccines Do Not Completely Stop Transmission, JCVI Member Says.” They go on to quote Prof. Anthony Harnden, deputy chair of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), who told the BBC on Sunday that the vaccine only reduces transmission by about 50 percent, and those who got the jab can still catch the virus and spread it to others. 
Harnden said, 
“There’s some good evidence now from Public Health England and from the Oxford/AstraZeneca trials that the vaccines do prevent transmission. But they don’t completely prevent transmission. The figures are still being calculated, but it’s in the order of 50%. So, there will be some reduction in transmission, no doubt at all, but it’s still possible, even though you’ve been vaccinated, to get infected, have no symptoms and transmit it to others. That’s why it’s important that all those who get vaccinated still stick to the rules.”
Therefore, the message is “get the shot even though there has been no long-term testing and you still have a 50-50 chance of getting the virus and transmitting it despite being jabbed”… and keep living in fear, which means wear your mask, don’t socialize, stay home… and stay miserable.

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