Counties to host live COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall, March 11
Residents and business owners invited to submit questions to Tri-County Health in advance of and during live virtual town hall. ~
Direct access to information about COVID-19 (coronavirus) from your local public health department just got easier for residents and businesses in Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties.
On Wednesday, March 11, 7– 8:30 p.m., Douglas, Adams, and Arapahoe Counties will host a COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall with the opportunity to hear directly from Tri-County Health Department officials: Dr. John Douglas, executive director; Dr. Bernadette Ann Albanese, medical epidemiologist; and Michele Askenazi, MPH, CHES, the department’s director of emergency preparedness, response, and communicable disease surveillance. Tri-County Health Department serves more than 1.5 million people in Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties and is the largest local public health agency in the state.
The virtual town hall will be aired live from 7-8:30 p.m., on Adams County’s Facebook page. In addition, the virtual town hall will air live on Douglas County’s website, YouTube page, and Facebook page. A Spanish translation of the event will also be available. The recorded event will be posted online following the meeting. Callers may also listen in and ask questions during the town hall by dialing 1.855.436.3656.
Tri-County Health Department officials will provide updates on the status of the virus in the three-county area. They will also provide information about proactive measures being taken to maximize community safety and other fundamental information such as: what is the transmission risk; what are the best actions individuals and businesses can take right now; and more. Virtual town hall participants may ask questions both before and during the live event and receive answers from Tri-County Health, county leaders, and emergency management staff.
Residents and business owners from all three counties may immediately post questions that will help officials from each county, and Tri-County Health, learn more about some of the most frequently asked COVID-19 questions in their communities, and to have the opportunity to research the answers before the meeting.