Health officials want Floridians to take coronavirus survey

Health officials want Floridians to take coronavirus survey



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The Department of Health is seeking Florida residents to respond to a 10-step online survey about the coronavirus.

The “Stronger than COVID-19” anonymous survey was launched Saturday. The questions cover demographic information, recent travel history, health history and habit changes in response to the social distancing push by health officials. 

The survey takes a couple of minutes. 

“You should avoid all nonessential travel and cruises, including to U.S. states and cities outside of Florida with a significant presence of COVID-19,” the Department of Health advises at the end of the survey. “This is vital to slowing the spread of the virus.”

The survey also encourages people to continue with social distancing and proper etiquette when coughing or sneezing. 

As of Saturday, Florida reached 11,000 cases of coronavirus with nearly 200 deaths.

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Stancil is a breaking news reporter for TCPalm. Contact Stancil at 321-987-7179 or Twitter: @TCPalmLStancil

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