The following is the information provided from the Camden County Commissioners offices:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 5, 2022
Contact: Dan Keashen
Phone: (856) 225-5431
Cell: (856) 816-1374
Commissioners to hold COVID-19 townhall Wednesday
Date: January 5, 2022
Time: 12:30 p.m.
Location: Camden County College – Blackwood
200 College Drive
Gloucester Township, NJ 08012
Live Stream: https://www.camdencounty.com/live/
Attendees: Camden County Commissioner Jon Young
Congressman Donald Norcross
Caryelle Lasher, Assistant Public Health Coordinator
Details: The Board of Commissioners and the Camden County Health Department will host a virtual town hall to address resident questions and concerns regarding a variety of ongoing concerns with the Covid-19 pandemic. The panel will be addressing the surge in cases and hospitalizations, expanded testing sites and vaccines.
The event will begin at 12:30 p.m. and will be streaming live at camdencounty.com/live as well as on the county’s Facebook page. Questions from the public are already being collected on www.CamdenCounty.com, and residents will have the opportunity to submit questions during the town hall on Facebook.
“As cases have been spiking over the last month, we’ve been doing everything we can to make sure that our residents have access to all of the resources to stay safe and healthy,” said Commissioner Jon Young. “This includes expanding our testing sites and modifying hours at the Camden County Health Hub’s vaccine clinic. During Wednesday’s townhall we’ll address any questions or concerns residents have as it pertains to the current state of our response to the virus in Camden County.”
Members of the media can send their questions ahead of time to Dan.Keashen@camdencounty.com