Empty Jackson Streets

A man walks down Center Street in April, two days after the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Teton County. Many businesses across Jackson and Teton County were forced to close following public health orders.

After working closely with St. John’s Health to keep residents informed throughout the 10 months of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the town of Jackson is asking for the public’s feedback on a short COVID-19 survey.

The seven-question survey is focused on what coronavirus-related information people seek, and where and how they consume that information. It takes minutes to complete.

Some of the questions include: “What is your overall level of interest in information about COVID-19?” “How often do you seek out local Teton County, WY/Town of Jackson COVID-19 information?” “When you seek out local information about COVID-19, which sources do you turn to?”

“We are aware that in this, our 10th month of living through a global pandemic, everyone is fatigued, and many of us are tired of hearing about the virus,” a town of Jackson press release states. “That said, it is still important to keep our community informed to ensure everyone’s safety and help us move toward a day when COVID-19 is behind us,” a The survey can be found here.

Contact Tim Woods at 732-5911 or town@jhnewsandguide.com.

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