Americans’ comfort with daily activities amid the COVID-19 pandemic has improved to its highest point since the week starting October 31, according to the latest reading of the ongoing CivicScience COVID Comfort Index. The index reached 61.8 last week, its high-water mark since a reading of 62.8 in early November.

Nearly three-quarters (73%) of all American adults now say they’re comfortable going out to stores. And, for the first time since December, a slim majority (52%) say they’d be comfortable traveling. But it wasn’t all good news in this reading: U.S. adults reported feeling slightly less comfortable with working and going to movies than last week, making for only a modest increase over last week’s index score of 61.3. Check out our infographic for more details.

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