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Jackson County released results on Monday from a COVID-19 survey asking residents how they feel about reopening community’s workplaces, businesses and venues.

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Jackson County released results on Monday from a COVID-19 survey asking residents how they feel about reopening community’s workplaces, businesses and venues.

The survey resulted in 9,500 responses between May 1-8.

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Eighty-three percent of respondents would wear a mask if required by an establishment.

Parks and outdoor spaces was the only venue/activity that most respondents said they currently felt safe going without any additional conditions being in place.

A majority of all respondents felt safe doing every activity if one or more of the following conditions was in place:

1. Strict social distancing protocols

2. Mask requirements

3. Layout changes

4. Staggered usage

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A majority of respondents need some condition modifications to feel safe before they take advantage of both personal services and retail businesses.

If a few changes are made to their workplace, over 91% of respondents would feel safe going back to work now.

Click here for the complete dashboard, with interactive features including a breakdown by municipality, county legislative districts and the top 100 words given in responses.

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