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Canadians differ on holiday plans amid Omicron COVID-19 spread

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COVID-19 rips through Canada for the second holiday season in a row, the highly-transmissible Omicron variant driving extra caution.Still, some are moving forward with plans to celebrate, weighing the risk of contracting the disease or relying on vaccinations to provide safety.“Literally, last Christmas, we kept all the blinds closed because we didn’t want anyone to see that we were eating dinner because we weren’t allowed,” Patricia MacDowell said on the phone from her Montreal home as she stuffed a turkey in preparation for Christmas Eve dinner.MacDowell is not vaccinated against COVID-19.

She said she is having over her mother, her nephew and his partner, who are all vaccinated.With the Omicron variant spurring high case numbers across.

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