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[ USF researchers develop survey to study hurricane evacuation decisions amid COVID ]
Researchers at the University of South Florida are trying to find out how people view hurricane evacuation orders during a global pandemic,

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Jennifer Collins, a professor in the School of Geosciences at the University of South Florida, helped develop the survey to get an understanding of people’s potential evacuation decisions, while also looking at how COVID-19 might play a role in their plans.

‘I think it’s really important ever since 2020 being the first year where we have a global pandemic, which has really increased the complexity of planning for hurricanes because you’ve got social distancing that we should be considering with COVID-19 and that’s in direct conflict with human congregation that might happen in a shelter,’ said Collins. ‘You’ve got these kind of conflicting messages with taking care of yourself with COVID-19, but also taking care of yourself with hurricane impact.’

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