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April 27, 2020

Boulder County Public Health Executive Director to Discuss Status of the COVID-19 Response in Boulder County

Join the Facebook live event on Tuesday, April 28, at 5 p.m. Please submit questions at healthinfo@bouldercounty.org or by posting them to the Facebook Event.

(Boulder County, Colo.) - Along with other local public health agencies in the region, Boulder County Public Health has extended the current Colorado Stay-At-Home order through May 8 in order to develop clear strategies and guidelines for preventing a surge of COVID-19 cases when our community moves to the “safer-at-home” phase.

Boulder County has not met the conditions that need to be in place to make sure the spread of COVID-19 doesn’t resurge after stay-at-home restrictions are eased.

Boulder County Public Health executive director, Jeff Zayach, will discuss what was considered in the decision to extend the state order and the focus for the coming weeks. Boulder County Housing and Human Services executive director, Frank Alexander will share details about services and supports available to residents.

When: Tuesday, April 28, 2020, 5 p.m.

Where: Facebook.com/bouldercountypublichealth

Presenters:

-Jeff Zayach, MS, Boulder County Public Health executive director

-Chris Urbina, MD, Boulder County Public Health medical officer

-Frank Alexander, MPA, Boulder County Housing and Human Services department executive director

Please submit questions at healthinfo@bouldercounty.org or by posting them to the Facebook Event.

-BoulderCountyHealth.org-