‘Safe in the South Bay’ Panel to Provide Info, Answer Residents’ COVID-related Questions Aug. 25

Safe in the South Bay info

The panel for the initial ‘Safe in the South Bay’ series ons Aug. 25 (Image courtesy of BCHD).

Beach Cities Health District is launching the virtual Safe in the South Bay series, bringing health experts, cities, chambers of commerce, schools and community members together around this fast-moving pandemic.

The live-streamed series will cover a variety of COVID-19 topics, including testing, navigating the new normal, mental health and personal resilience.

The first Safe in the South Bay panel is set for Tuesday, August 25 from 5 – 6:30 p.m. and will answer some of the most frequently asked COVID-19 questions, as well as provide an update on the latest Beach Cities COVID-19 numbers, what it means to live in the new normal and how residents can support local businesses.

The panelists for the first event are:

  • Dr. William Kim, Chief Medical Advisor, Beach Cities Health District
  • Dr. Moe Gelbart, Executive Director, Thelma McMillen Center for Alcohol & Drug Treatment, Torrance Memorial
  • Dr. Anthony Taranto, Executive Director, Student Services, Redondo Beach Unified School District
  • Kelly Stroman, President/CEO, Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce

For more information and to register, visit www.bchd.org/coronavirus

Written by: Dan Smith

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