COVID-19 

You probably know by now that this disease is more deadly and more contagious than the flu.  It spreads quickly and is far-reaching because people who have it are coming into close contact with people who don’t yet have it. People with diabetes or asthma or high blood pressure are at high risk. So are people with heart conditions, liver or kidney disease, those considered obese and people over 64. That’s why it’s very important to know if you or someone else has Covid-19 and how to protect yourself and others.  You are strongly encouraged to get tested and stay up-to-date on CDC recommended guidelines.  That information is updated daily on the Knox County Health Department website.

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* 1. The Community Voices Coalition captures input from community members to support equity and access to services and inclusiveness in policies or protocols that may affect all residents.  This survey is to share information and check on you during the Covid-19 pandemic. let's start with you sharing your zip code.

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* 2. When you are out in public, what do you practice, if any, of the following to prevent catching or spreading COVID-19?

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* 3. Have you ever been tested for Covid-19?

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* 4. Have you, or anyone you live with, recently had 2 or more of these symptoms: Cough, fever, shortness of breath, fever, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, nausea, exhaustion, loss of smell or taste?

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* 5. Do you know where to go to get free testing?

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* 6. If you have a high-risk condition or begin to have symptoms, is there any reason you can think of that would keep you from being able to get tested?

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* 7. What are your greatest challenges and unmet needs since the coronavirus or Covid-19 came to town?

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* 8. From the items checked above, which of these needs are most urgent for you?

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* 9. If we may contact you to further answer questions or assist with your needs, please share your contact information here.

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