Tonight: Carroll County Commuity Leaders Address COVID-19 Questions in Virtual Town Hall
Board of County Commissioners and Carroll County Health Department will host a Virtual Town Hall this evening, Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 6:30 p.m.
Carroll County Commissioner Stephen Wantz invites residents to join him as he hosts a Virtual Town Hall with Carroll County Health Officer Ed Singer, representing Carroll Hospital, Leslie Simmons, executive vice president of LifeBridge Health, Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees and Superintendent of Carroll County Public Schools Dr. Steven Lockard. Participants will provide the latest updates on the county’s COVID-19 health situation and efforts, and answer questions from county residents.
Individuals can submit questions online prior to the meeting or call 410-386-2043 during the Virtual Town Hall by calling 410-386-2043. Your question will be relayed to the hosts during the Virtual Town Hall.
Submit Questions Online: Anyone wishing to submit questions to the panel should complete and submit the online question form. An attempt will be made to answer all questions, dependent on the time allowed.
To watch the Virtual Town Hall: COVID-19 Carroll County Virtual Town Hall
Carroll County Health Department (CCHD): https://cchd.maryland.gov/covid-19/
Maryland Department of Health (MDH): https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/
Centers for Disease Control (CDC): coronavirus.gov
Replays of the Virtual Town Hall will be available for viewing on the county YouTube channel and Comcast Channel 24.
LifeBridge Health Seeks Volunteers to Make Masks For Health Care Providers
LifeBridge Health seeks volunteers to help make masks for health care providers, using material and equipment donated by Under Armour. Assistance is needed over the weekend and going forward at a location near Northwest Hospital in Randallstown. Volunteers with or without sewing experience are needed and will receive training.
Volunteers will be asked to work for just a few hours, have their temperature taken, and be provided a face mask and gloves. Learn more through this news coverage. Volunteers are asked to sign up here: http://www.lifebridgehealth.org/main/VolunteerCOVID19.aspx
FBI - Beware of coronavirus-related scams:
The FBI has warned Americans to stay watchful of coronavirus-related scams, including fake emails from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, phishing emails advertising testing kits and masks, and people selling counterfeit treatments for the virus.
Please remember to stay alert and do not share your personal information over the internet. If you suspect a scam or believe you’ve been a victim, please visit the FBI at https://www.ic3.gov/media/2020/200320.aspx.
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