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Saturday, 27 February 2021

Olmsted County COVID Survey

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Olmsted County COVID Survey
Olmsted County COVID Survey
Olmsted County COVID Survey

Olmsted county is looking for your input on how the covid-19 pandemic has impacted your health and finances.

Kimt new three's jessica bringe joins us live from rochester with how you can get involved.

Jessica.

Lowerthird2line talent coronavirus:jessica bringe jbringe@kimt.com coverage you can count on katie- olmsted county is focusing on three main health priorities when it comes to the pandemic..

The first is how has it impacted your mental health..

Substance use as well as your financial stress.

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Seeks community participation in covid-19 survey rochester, mn these three categories are the focus of a survey with a range of questions from the number of fruits and vegetables you eat, to health care access and more.

The information will be used by public health, mayo clinic, omc and more to find a collective impact approach to identify programs that have the highest benefits for olmsted county residents.

Jb covid survey-lsot-1 lowerthird2line coronavirus:derrick fritz community health assessment and planning coordinator, olmsted county the data will drive these efforts, these conversations with those community partners that i mentioned to determine what are our next steps?

How do we address health in general?

And then again, those top three health issues around mental health, substance use and financial stress.

A mailed survey was sent out to 2-thousand households but there is an online version as well.

The survey should be completed by five o'clock on february 28th.

Live in rochester jessica bringe kimt news 3 thank you jessica.

Olmsted county says all survey results are anonymous - if you're interested in participating you find a link to the survey in english, spanish and somali on kimt-dot-com.

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