Boulder County Coronavirus Community Meeting To Focus On Schools

Amber Fisher

BOULDER COUNTY, CO — Boulder County Public Health is set to host a community COVID-19 update session Wednesday.

The virtual meeting will include the latest information about the pandemic in the county, and an opportunity for community members to ask questions.

This Wednesday's session, which is set to begin at 3:30 p.m., will focus on special updates from the superintendents of both the Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley school districts.

Wednesday's agenda:

  • Update on Boulder County COVID-19 disease status from Jeff Zayach, Boulder County Public Health executive director

  • Update on the status of COVID-19 response and prevention efforts in the school districts from Rob Anderson, superintendent, Boulder Valley School District, and Don Haddad, superintendent, St. Vrain Valley School District

  • Question and answer period for community members to ask questions of the panelists, including questions about the vaccine rollout

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Capacity for each session will be limited to 500 participants, officials said.

>> Find the full details, including the video link and phone number for sessions here.

This article originally appeared on the Boulder Patch