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OLYMPIA, WA (KPTV) – Washington state health officials are asking residents to participate in a survey to help them assess and respond to the behavioral, economic, social, and emotional needs of community members due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Community Recovery-Oriented Needs Assessment–the CORONA survey–will help inform immediate and long-term actions that health officials and local health jurisdictions can take to address the impacts, according to the Washington State Department of Health.

The department of health is offering a $100 Amazon gift code to three participants each week of the survey.

The survey is available to take online at www.wacoronasurvey.com or over the phone with interpreters available on request at 855-530-5787. The survey is voluntary and confidential, according to health officials, though participants will be given the option to provide their name, phone number and/or email address.

Additional information about the survey is available from the department of health at 1-800-525-0127.

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(4) comments

MeTooUKnow

I did the survey and WOW, the questions they asked!! There are some that really had NOTHING to do with Corona at all or the impact of. Like, asking if I am straight/hetero, bi, gay.... etc.

Just wow!

Roberto Estrello Demar

For a slim chance at a c-note, somebody thinks I might let Government get another toe-hold in my life. The answer isn't just NO!, but HeII-NO!

commentor

'Washington state asks residents to take ‘CORONA’ survey for chance at $100 gift' Let me think about that for a minute. That would be a big NO.

mairez

Waste of money. They should already know that stuff.

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