PACIFIC COUNTY – A survey asking how covid-19 changed daily life for people in Pacific County was released by officials on Thursday, May 14.

The Pacific County Emergency Operations Center and Pacific County government officials are trying to understand what social and economic shifts covid-19 caused in the area. Survey participation is voluntary and the deadline to respond is May 25.

“We want to know about your experiences during the covid-19 outbreak,” the county wrote, in a news release circulating the survey.

The survey is in English and Spanish. It gathers demographic information, such as a person’s age and whether they are a full time resident. However, people can choose not to respond to these questions. Other queries include whether a person is working, what restrictions they’d like to see changed and how they feel about covid-19.

Survey data is subject to public record release, but none of the information collected will identify respondents. The county received more than 700 responses as of 9 a.m. Friday, May 15.

Link to the English survey:

Link to the Spanish survey:

For more information about the survey, or other covid-19 related questions, people can reach the county’s Emergency Operations Center at 360-875-9407 or 360-642-9407. People can also email

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