COVID-19 Curry County Town Hall meeting #2
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Members of the public are invited to the second virtual town hall meeting about the COVID pandemic in Curry County. The online event is organized by concerned community and health leaders, and hosted by Wild Rivers Community Foundation.
VIRTUAL TOWN HALL
Wednesday, Oct. 27
• Listen by phone: Dial 1-669-900-6833 (ID 889 1172 5357)
• On ZOOM: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81940305968
• Facebook livestream: www.facebook.com/wildriverscf
In September, the Curry community gathered for the first webinar in this series. The October 27 town hall is a follow up to the community-wide effort to share critical information and discuss ways the community can stay safe.
The town hall’s agenda will feature updates from an Oregon Health Authority public health officer, as well as information from key organizations about what to do if you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 and resources that might be available to help. The panelists will each present information and answer pre-submitted questions from the public.
Due to limits of the webinar format, audience members are asked to submit questions in advance for panelists.
To submit public questions, send an email to email@example.com.
Questions may also be submitted in advance by dialing the Wild Rivers Community Foundation at (707) 465-1238.
To view a recording of the September 23, 2021 town hall meeting, visit https://youtu.be/HaddJ_7KOyg.