This Week’s COVID313 Town Hall Features:
Almost two years into the pandemic, what has been the impact of COVID on schools and their students? Plus, are you planning on voting in the upcoming Nov. election. The COVID313 town hall shares resources voters will want to know before heading to the polls.
Aqeela Muntaquim, the Michigan deputy director of Mothering Justice, joins the town hall this week to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on schools and students, as well as the importance of food security and after-school programming for students’ education.
Plus, Dr. Dennis Cunningham, a pediatrician at Henry Ford Health System, returns to the town hall to talk provides updates on the COVID-19 booster shots, and how to keep yourself safe from the virus when going out to the polls this elections season.
Town Hall Participants:
- Aqeela Muntauqim, Michigan Deputy Director, Mothering Justice
- Dr. Dennis Cunningham, Pediatrician, Henry Ford Health System
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