Chief and director host live Q&A session for COVID-19
Tue, 01 Sep 2020

A question and answer session will take place on Thursday, 3 September from 1-2pm to discuss the current updates on COVID-19 and what actions the council has taken and will take in the future to continue to make the East Riding as safe as possible.

The session will be led by Andy Kingdom, director of public health, who will give an overview of the situation as well as answer any questions staff may have about COVID-19.

Andy will be joined by Caroline Lacey, chief executive, and Mike McDermott, associate director of public health, and together they will answer as many questions as possible and cover topics such as outbreak management, the 3 Steps To Safety campaign and workplace reintroduction.

The session will last one hour and any questions that are not answered on the day will be responded to on the intranet.

If you wish to ask any questions prior to the event, please email the COVID-19 inbox at covid19@eastriding.gov.uk

For those who wish to just listen or ask questions via the chat box, all you have to do is click on the event link, below, and join.

COVID-19 - Q&A Session - Event Link

You don't need to use a council device to take part in the event, you can use any device with internet access, whether a personal laptop, PC or smartphone.

You do not need a Microsoft Teams account to access the event, as it will launch through your internet browser.

We look forward to welcoming you to the session.


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