Anxiety about returning to normal is setting in. Today, 61 percent of Americans say they’re anxious about returning to normal public activities and socialization, which is highest for Millennials (69 percent) vs. Boomers (59 percent). And while bars and restaurants are opening up, less than a quarter (22 percent) of Americans tell us they would feel comfortable socializing with a stranger at a bar.

Findings from a recent Harris Poll COVID-19 Tracker (week 63), which was fielded May 7-9, among 2,062 U.S. adults.