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Why some snowbirds are flying south despite the COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions

By Valorie A. Crooks, Full Professor, Department of Geography, Simon Fraser University
Jeremy Snyder, Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University
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The decision to go south for the winter during the ongoing pandemic is a complex one, informed by factors such as availability of recreational opportunities and cost of living.

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