So you want to get tested for the coronavirus. Here’s where to start.
August 6, 2020 – Detroit Public Health Director Denise Fair and Wayne County Acting Health Department Director Carol Austenberry have the latest on what tests are most effective and what you should do if you haven’t been tested yet or need to get the test again. And what do they thing about the opening of schools this fall. Hear what they have to say in this highlight from this week’s COVID313 Virtual Town Hall meeting.
Please join the COVID313 Virtual Town Hall event for Families and Students every Thursday starting at 12 noon, featuring experts talking about coronavirus, education and school updates, accessing basic needs, and keeping your family healthy. You can watch live through the Detroit Public Television Facebook Page.
You can watch live through the Detroit Public Television Facebook Page.
How do you wear your mask? Community health leaders want you to be a role model.
There’s help with college this fall despite COVID-19
Ashley Johnson of the Detroit College Access Network has a team of counselors that can help, especially for college for just graduated seniors who’ve had to make a change of plans because of the pandemic. Her talk was one of the highlights of this week’s COVID313 Virtual Town Hall meeting.