Washington-area residents and employees who are enduring the COVID-19 crisis yearn for the social interactions of in-person work, but want safety measures implemented in the workplace and on public transportation.

Those were among the findings of a Tysons Partnership survey released July 30. The survey, titled “Living & Working in a Pandemic,” was conducted in mid-July and garnered 702 responses, about half of which came from people who live or work in Tysons or its environs.

The survey will serve as a “baseline of understanding” that will be used for comparison with another survey the organization will conduct in about six months, Tysons Partnership president and CEO Sol Glasner said in a statement introducing the survey results.

“With the minute-by-minute of news coverage on

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