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Virtual COVID-19 Town Hall 3/31 at 6pm: Send Questions Now

An important announcement from the County of Lake’s Health Services Department.
Lake County, CA (March 27, 2020) – General COVID-19 information is widely available, but what are the risks, and what is being done, in Lake County?  What can you do to protect your community – your family?

Lake County’s Public Health Officer, Gary Pace, MD, MPH, wants you to have the information you need to make the healthiest choices possible.  He also needs your help. Keeping COVID-19 from gaining a foothold in our County is a team effort, and we all have to do our part.

On Tuesday evening, 3/31, at 6pm, Dr. Pace will host a Virtual Town Hall Meeting, live on the County of Lake Facebook page,  Public officials will answer your questions and provide valuable updates.  Healthcare and other community partners will be invited to participate, as well.

Please send questions to [email protected], by Monday, March 30, at 12pm. 

Include, “COVID-19 Town Hall,” in the Subject line.

Share this message, too, so those you are connected with have an opportunity to send in their questions.

Whether or not the panelists are able to address every question in the live meeting, your input will help guide future information sharing, and we appreciate your participation!

For those who are not Facebook members, video will also be available via the County’s Granicus feed:

Mediacom subscribers can additionally access the COVID-19 Town Hall via channel 8, Lake County PEG TV.

For Lake County-focused COVID-19 information, visit the Health Services Department’s website:

If you still have questions, send an email to [email protected].                                                 

You can also call during business hours: 707-263-8174

Thank you for staying informed, and doing your part to limit the spread of COVID-19.  Dr. Pace looks forward to answering your questions!

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