Oldham County Health Department to hold public virtual meeting on COVID-19 spike

Alonzo Osche

AT 6 P.M. JCPS GOES BACK TO SCHOOL AUGUST 11. >>> RAMPING UP EFFORTS TO GET PEOPLE VACCINATED, OLDHAM OFFICIALS ARE BRINGING BACK DRIVE THROUGH SITES. IT COMES FROM THEOU CNTY SEEING A DRASTIC INCREASE IN COVID CASES. OFFICIALS SAY FOR THE PTAS MONTH THE AMOUNT OF NEW CASES FOUND HAS NEARLY DOUBLED FROM WEEK TO WEEK. DELTA VARIANT OFFICIALLY INSIDE THE COUNTY, OFFICIALSAY S NOW IS THE TIME TO GET VACCINATED, TO PREVENT A FUTURE SPIKE WHEN KSID TURERN TO SCHOOL. >> IF YOU LOOK BACK ON THE HISTORY OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND LOOK BACK AT THE HISTORY OF OUR COUNTRY WITH DISEASES, THERERE A SEVERAL VACNECI PREVENTIBLE DISEASES THAT WE’VE ERADICATED BY THE USE OF VACCINES. VERY SAFE VACCINE. IF WE DON’T DO OUR PART IT WILL AFFECT OUR ABITYLI TO HAVE THAT COMMUNITY

Oldham County Health Department to hold public virtual meeting on COVID-19 spike

An open to the public virtual meeting will be held for those interested in the direction Oldham County will be moving in with the recent surge in COVID-19 cases due to the delta variant. The Oldham County Health Department and Oldham County Board of Health will hold a virtual special meeting on Monday, Aug. 9, at 7 a.m., to address the recent rise in COVID-19 cases and make informed guidance for the Oldham County community.The intent of the meeting is to present the Board of Health with facts and local data from the Oldham County Health Department, have a dialogue amongst board members on community impact, including healthcare outcomes as seen by practicing physicians that serve on the board, and provide resolute guidance for individuals that reside in Oldham County. Due to community interest, the Zoom meeting is open to the public for observation via livestream on the Oldham County Health Department Facebook page, which you can reach by clicking here.

An open to the public virtual meeting will be held for those interested in the direction Oldham County will be moving in with the recent surge in COVID-19 cases due to the delta variant.

The Oldham County Health Department and Oldham County Board of Health will hold a virtual special meeting on Monday, Aug. 9, at 7 a.m., to address the recent rise in COVID-19 cases and make informed guidance for the Oldham County community.

The intent of the meeting is to present the Board of Health with facts and local data from the Oldham County Health Department, have a dialogue amongst board members on community impact, including healthcare outcomes as seen by practicing physicians that serve on the board, and provide resolute guidance for individuals that reside in Oldham County.

Due to community interest, the Zoom meeting is open to the public for observation via livestream on the Oldham County Health Department Facebook page, which you can reach by clicking here.

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