This Week’s COVID313 Town Hall Features:
Are you concerned about the health and safety of your children amid the end of mask mandates ? How can we make sure to protect immunocompromised children and those with special needs amid evolving COVID protocols? And how do we have intelligent and empathetic conversations with children about world events?
First Dr. Barry Hall, Assistant Director of Charter Through College Programs at Grand Valley State University shares how colleges and universities are adapting amid the COVID19 pandemic in order to keep students and faculty safe.
Next, Pediatrician Dr. Saini shares how to keep your children and loved ones safe as masks mandates come to an end.
Nurse Tanaya from the Detroit Health Department shares Michigan’s recent COVID numbers, how the spring season will impact what is to come, and how to talk to your children about COVID.
Finally, Dr. Viti discusses what steps Detroit public and charter schools are taking to keep students safe in order to maintain in-person learning.
Town Hall Participants:
- Dr. Barry Hall, Assistant Director of Charter Through College Programs at Grand Valley State University
- Pediatrician Dr. Inder J. Saini, M.D.
- Detroit Health Department
- Detroit Public Schools and Detroit Charter Schools
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