OSU Survey Showcases Public Thoughts about Economic Recovery from Pandemic

RE-OPENING… Economic disruptions continue to be felt as Oklahoma communities seek to reopen within the boundaries of COVID-19 precautions. (Photo by Todd Johnson, OSU Agricultural Communications Services) By Donald Stotts, Stillwater, Okla. – A recent Oklahoma State University study is providing insights about how public and private agencies can best apply resources to speed up recovery from economic disruptions caused by COVID-19. “Oklahoma officials at every level need to know what people think about perceived economic recovery challenges rather than relying on assumptions, and the study helps with that,” said Amy Hagerman, OSU Extension agricultural and food policy specialist. “Participation…

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