New Survey Tool for
Self-Assessment and Safe Behavior Scores on COVID-19 Through the
Florida Department of Elder Affairs
The Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA) recently released an online survey to allow Florida residents, especially older individuals, to make important self-assessments on their COVID-19 behaviors.
“Protecting Florida’s most vulnerable has been my administration’s main focus during this COVID-19 pandemic,” said Governor DeSantis in his recent news release. “With the Florida Safe Survey, we hope to further mitigate the spread of this disease and bring another layer of protection to those most at risk of severe symptoms from COVID-19.”
“Governor DeSantis knows Floridians are resilient, and he has worked tirelessly to bring Floridians together in the fight against COVID-19,” said DOEA Secretary Richard Prudom. “This survey furthers our effort by allowing all residents to get actionable and responsive feedback from their survey results and unite in their actions against COVID-19.”
A Florida Safe Survey digital video featuring First Lady Casey DeSantis and DOEA Secretary Richard Prudom may be viewed here.
The self-audit is available at FloridaSafeSurvey.com and takes only a few minutes to complete. Respondents of the survey may anonymously answer questions and then review their results, with respect to COVID-19 situations, to see how different actions affect their own health, and the health of others. The Florida Safe Survey allows individuals to have a tool at their disposal that fully engages them in the outcomes of their actions.
What They Are Saying
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the release of an online survey to allow residents, especially older adults, to make important self-assessments on their COVID-19 behaviors through the Florida Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA).
On a scale of 1 to 10, how COVID-safe are you? The Florida Department of Elder Affairs wants to be the judge of that.
What’s your COVID-19 risk? Take this quiz to find out
A new survey released by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs can calculate your risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19 and provide guidance on how to protect yourself from contracting the virus.
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced a new online COVID-19 self-assessment survey on Wednesday to help Florida residents and the elderly.