Results for - B.C. Government Slammed For 'Utterly Ignorant' COVID-19 Self-Care Bingo Card

3,244 voters participated in this survey

The B.C. government is getting heat for a “tone deaf” self-care bingo card that recommends people build a blanket fort, drink tea or dance to manage pandemic stress. The province tweeted out the game on Friday, encouraging people to complete a row, column or diagonal to make sure they’re taking care of their mental health.

Twitter users were quick to criticize the government for minimizing and trivializing the devastating impact of the nearly yearlong pandemic. Do you think this bingo card is trivializing the impact of COVID 19?

1. Twitter users were quick to criticize the government for minimizing and trivializing the devastating impact of the nearly yearlong pandemic. Do you think this bingo card is trivializing the impact of COVID 19?

Yes
25%
786 votes
No
42%
1,348 votes
Undecided
33%
1,066 votes

2. Do you consider this to be tone deaf?

Yes, but only because it was from the government
11%
356 votes
Yes, it would be tone dear for anyone to do this
17%
544 votes
No
38%
1,230 votes
Undecided
33%
1,070 votes

3. The blowback to the tweet comes at a time when early pandemic rituals like bread baking and the 7 p.m. cheer for frontline workers have been replaced by anxieties over stalled vaccine shipments and emerging variants of concern. Comparing how you felt to the start of the pandemic, would you say you were/are more anxious then or now?

Then
16%
504 votes
Now
17%
550 votes
About the same
45%
1,424 votes
Not Applicable
23%
722 votes
02/23/2021 News 3244 86 By: Tellwut

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