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  1. What do you know about coronavirus or COVID 19? Where did you hear that?
  2. How has the current coronavirus situation impacted you, if at all?
  3. Are you worried about coronavirus? Why or why not?
  4. Are you doing anything to prepare for coronavirus? If so, what?
  5. What do you think should be done to protect people from coronavirus?

Date: 3/6/2020

  1. A lot has been happening with coronavirus since we last asked and we wanted to check in again about your experiences with the pandemic. How has coronavirus affected your life?
  2. Are you worried about coronavirus? Why or why not?
  3. Are you doing anything to prepare for coronavirus? If so, what?
  4. What resources do you need right now? Are you able to get them?
  5. How have you been dealing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on your life?

Date: 3/20/2020

  1. Have you or anyone you know tested positive for COVID-19?
  2. What symptoms did you/they have? How long did the symptoms last?
  3. Some people do not fully recover from COVID-19 weeks or even months after first experiencing symptoms. Have you or anyone you know experienced any long-term symptoms like this? Tell us about it.
  4. Are you concerned about having long-term symptoms from COVID-19? Why or why not?

Date: 4/23/2021

  1. As the COVID-19 pandemic gets more under control, what are you looking forward to doing that you can\’t do now?
  2. As things go back to normal, what do you think should reopen first? Why?
  3. What do you think has gotten better during the pandemic and should stay the same?
  4. What do you think has gotten worse during the pandemic and should change?
  5. Is there anything you are worried about as things reopen?

Date: 4/2/2021

  1. What types of social gatherings do you avoid due to the COVID-19 pandemic, if any?
  2. In what types of social gatherings do you wear a mask, if any?
  3. What other "rules" do you have for yourself about social gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, if any?
  4. When going to a social gathering, how do you determine what is safe or not safe?
Date: 11/12/2021
  1. What, if anything, would prompt you to get tested for COVID-19?
  2. Would you ever get tested for COVID-19 BEFORE a social gathering? Why?
  3. Would you ever get tested AFTER a social gathering? Why?
  4. Have you ever gotten tested for COVID-19? Why?
  5. Would access to free COVID-19 self-tests be helpful to you? Why or why not?
Date: 11/19/2021
  1. Have you heard about incentives for getting the COVID-19 vaccine (lotteries, scholarships, free stuff, etc.)? If yes, what have you heard of?
  2. Do you think incentives are a good idea? Why or why not?
  3. Did an incentive influence your decision about getting vaccinated? Tell us about it.
  4. If you have not gotten vaccinated against COVID-19, what would it take for you to get vaccinated?
  5. If someone you know has not gotten vaccinated, what would it take for them to get vaccinated?
Date: 10/22/2021
  1. When a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, will you get it? Why or why not?
  2. Who do you think should have priority in getting a COVID-19 vaccine?
  3. Where would you go to get information about a COVID-19 vaccine? Why?
  4. What concerns, if any, do you have about getting a vaccine for COVID-19?
  5. Do you know anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19?

Date: 10/23/2020

  1. When a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available to you, will you get it? Why or why not?
  2. What concerns, if any, do you have about getting a COVID-19 vaccine?
  3. Do you think that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective? Why or why not?
  4. What would make it easier for you to get vaccinated once you are eligible?
  5. If you were to get vaccinated, would it change your behaviors/habits? How?

Date: 3/12/2021

  1. This week we want to hear your thoughts on disabilities. How would you define a disability? Give some examples.
  2. A disability is a physical or mental condition that limits a person’s movements, senses, or activities. Have you interacted with or known a person with a disability? Tell us about your experience.
  3. How do you feel when you see or encounter a stranger with a disability? Why?
  4. Should the government promote equal opportunities for people with disabilities? If yes, how?
  5. Do you consider yourself someone with a disability? If yes, tell us about your disability. We would love to hear about how it has impacted you.

Date: 10/4/2019

  1. Have you or a loved one recently been affected by a disaster such as a hurricane, flood, or wildfire? If yes, tell us about it.
  2. How likely do you think it is that you will experience a disaster in the next year? What do you think might happen?
  3. How prepared do you feel for a disaster? Tell us why.
  4. During a disaster in your local community, where would you get information on what to do?
  5. What are some steps you can take now to be ready for a disaster?
Date: 10/29/2021
  1. Many young people have limited access to healthy and affordable food. Have you experienced this? Tell us more.
  2. If you were worried about having enough food to eat, how would you get help?
  3. If you didn’t have access to food, what might keep you from seeking help?
  4. What impact does this issue (not having access to food) have on young people?
  5. In your opinion, has COVID-19 had an impact on you or other young people’s ability to access healthy food? If so, how?

Date: 4/17/2020

  1. Let’s talk handwashing. When do you think it’s important to wash your hands? Why?
  2. How important do you think handwashing is to your health? Why?
  3. Why might you NOT wash your hands, even when you think you should?
  4. How would you feel if people around you didn’t regularly wash their hands after using the bathroom? Why?

Date: 9/27/2019

  1. Many young people struggle to find a safe and affordable place to live. Have you experienced this? Tell us more.
  2. If you were in need of housing, how would you get help?
  3. If you didn’t have access to housing, what might keep you from seeking help?
  4. In your opinion, how does this issue (not having access to housing) impact young people?
  5. In your opinion, has COVID-19 had an impact on you or other young people’s ability to access housing? If so, how?

Date: 5/1/2020

  1. Factors in the environments where we live, learn, work, and play can affect our health. Examples include housing, food, education, safety, transportation, discrimination, etc. What factors are most important to your health?
  2. If you had a problem related to any of these factors, what might prevent you from seeking or receiving help?
  3. Do you think it is important for your doctor or medical team to ask you about these factors? Why or why not?
  4. If you had a problem related to any of these factors, how would you want your doctor or medical team to help?
  5. How would you want your doctor or medical team to communicate with you about resources or services that could help you with these problems (e.g. text, email, handout, phone call, in-person etc.)?

Date: 3/5/2021

  1. Public health officials are asking people to practice “social distancing” during the COVID pandemic (stay at least 6 ft from others, not gather in groups, avoid crowded places). Are you social distancing? Why or why not?
  2. How has social distancing negatively impacted your life?
  3. How has social distancing positively impacted your life?
  4. Have you or someone you know broken social distancing rules? Why?
  5. What would you say or do to encourage friends to practice social distancing?

Date: 4/24/2020

  1. Do you think you\’ll get COVID-19 in the next few months? Tell us why.
  2. If you got COVID-19, how do you think it would impact your life?
  3. If you got COVID-19, how concerned would you be about spreading it to others? Tell us why.
  4. How often do you wear a mask/face covering when you are near people you don\’t live with? (Always, most of the time, some of the time, rarely, never).
  5. What influences whether or not you wear a mask/face covering when you are near people you don\’t live with?

Date: 7/17/2020

What do you know about coronavirus or COVID 19? Where did you hear that? How has the current coronavirus situation impacted you, if at all? Are you worried about coronavirus? Why or why not? Are you doing anything to prepare for coronavirus? If so, what? What do you think should be done to protect people from coronavirus? Date: 3/6/2020 A lot has been happening with coronavirus since we last asked and we wanted to check in again about your experiences with the pandemic. How has coronavirus affected your life? Are you worried about coronavirus? Why or why not? Are you doing anything to prepare for coronavirus? If so, what? What resources do you need right now? Are you able to get them? How have you been dealing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on your life? Date: 3/20/2020
Have you or anyone you know tested positive for COVID-19? What symptoms did you/they have? How long did the symptoms last? Some people do not fully recover from COVID-19 weeks or even months after first experiencing symptoms. Have you or anyone you know experienced any long-term symptoms like this? Tell us about it. Are you concerned about having long-term symptoms from COVID-19? Why or why not? Date: 4/23/2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic gets more under control, what are you looking forward to doing that you can\’t do now? As things go back to normal, what do you think should reopen first? Why? What do you think has gotten better during the pandemic and should stay the same? What do you think has gotten worse during the pandemic and should change? Is there anything you are worried about as things reopen? Date: 4/2/2021
What types of social gatherings do you avoid due to the COVID-19 pandemic, if any? In what types of social gatherings do you wear a mask, if any? What other "rules" do you have for yourself about social gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, if any? When going to a social gathering, how do you determine what is safe or not safe? Date: 11/12/2021
What, if anything, would prompt you to get tested for COVID-19? Would you ever get tested for COVID-19 BEFORE a social gathering? Why? Would you ever get tested AFTER a social gathering? Why? Have you ever gotten tested for COVID-19? Why? Would access to free COVID-19 self-tests be helpful to you? Why or why not? Date: 11/19/2021
Have you heard about incentives for getting the COVID-19 vaccine (lotteries, scholarships, free stuff, etc.)? If yes, what have you heard of? Do you think incentives are a good idea? Why or why not? Did an incentive influence your decision about getting vaccinated? Tell us about it. If you have not gotten vaccinated against COVID-19, what would it take for you to get vaccinated? If someone you know has not gotten vaccinated, what would it take for them to get vaccinated? Date: 10/22/2021
When a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, will you get it? Why or why not? Who do you think should have priority in getting a COVID-19 vaccine? Where would you go to get information about a COVID-19 vaccine? Why? What concerns, if any, do you have about getting a vaccine for COVID-19? Do you know anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19? Date: 10/23/2020 When a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available to you, will you get it? Why or why not? What concerns, if any, do you have about getting a COVID-19 vaccine? Do you think that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective? Why or why not? What would make it easier for you to get vaccinated once you are eligible? If you were to get vaccinated, would it change your behaviors/habits? How? Date: 3/12/2021
This week we want to hear your thoughts on disabilities. How would you define a disability? Give some examples. A disability is a physical or mental condition that limits a person’s movements, senses, or activities. Have you interacted with or known a person with a disability? Tell us about your experience. How do you feel when you see or encounter a stranger with a disability? Why? Should the government promote equal opportunities for people with disabilities? If yes, how? Do you consider yourself someone with a disability? If yes, tell us about your disability. We would love to hear about how it has impacted you. Date: 10/4/2019
Have you or a loved one recently been affected by a disaster such as a hurricane, flood, or wildfire? If yes, tell us about it. How likely do you think it is that you will experience a disaster in the next year? What do you think might happen? How prepared do you feel for a disaster? Tell us why. During a disaster in your local community, where would you get information on what to do? What are some steps you can take now to be ready for a disaster? Date: 10/29/2021
Many young people have limited access to healthy and affordable food. Have you experienced this? Tell us more. If you were worried about having enough food to eat, how would you get help? If you didn’t have access to food, what might keep you from seeking help? What impact does this issue (not having access to food) have on young people? In your opinion, has COVID-19 had an impact on you or other young people’s ability to access healthy food? If so, how? Date: 4/17/2020
Let’s talk handwashing. When do you think it’s important to wash your hands? Why? How important do you think handwashing is to your health? Why? Why might you NOT wash your hands, even when you think you should? How would you feel if people around you didn’t regularly wash their hands after using the bathroom? Why? Date: 9/27/2019
Many young people struggle to find a safe and affordable place to live. Have you experienced this? Tell us more. If you were in need of housing, how would you get help? If you didn’t have access to housing, what might keep you from seeking help? In your opinion, how does this issue (not having access to housing) impact young people? In your opinion, has COVID-19 had an impact on you or other young people’s ability to access housing? If so, how? Date: 5/1/2020
Factors in the environments where we live, learn, work, and play can affect our health. Examples include housing, food, education, safety, transportation, discrimination, etc. What factors are most important to your health? If you had a problem related to any of these factors, what might prevent you from seeking or receiving help? Do you think it is important for your doctor or medical team to ask you about these factors? Why or why not? If you had a problem related to any of these factors, how would you want your doctor or medical team to help? How would you want your doctor or medical team to communicate with you about resources or services that could help you with these problems (e.g. text, email, handout, phone call, in-person etc.)? Date: 3/5/2021
Public health officials are asking people to practice “social distancing” during the COVID pandemic (stay at least 6 ft from others, not gather in groups, avoid crowded places). Are you social distancing? Why or why not? How has social distancing negatively impacted your life? How has social distancing positively impacted your life? Have you or someone you know broken social distancing rules? Why? What would you say or do to encourage friends to practice social distancing? Date: 4/24/2020
Do you think you\’ll get COVID-19 in the next few months? Tell us why. If you got COVID-19, how do you think it would impact your life? If you got COVID-19, how concerned would you be about spreading it to others? Tell us why. How often do you wear a mask/face covering when you are near people you don\’t live with? (Always, most of the time, some of the time, rarely, never). What influences whether or not you wear a mask/face covering when you are near people you don\’t live with? Date: 7/17/2020
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