Will County Board of Health Meeting January 19, 2022
WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
The Will County Board of Health meeting will be held via TELECONFERENCE
via TELECONFERENCE – TEAMS APP
1- 708-566-6764 Phone / Conference ID 585 612 530#
JANUARY 19, 2022 – 3:00PM
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the governor’s recent disaster proclamation, the number of COVID-19 cases in will county, and the CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19, it is determined by the president of the Will County Board of Health that in-person meetings are not practical nor prudent.
Therefore, the meetings of the Will County Board of Health shall be held via video and/or audio until further notice. This meeting will be held via videoconference/telephonically through the Microsoft Teams events platform. Will County Board of Health members will be attending the meeting remotely and the general public is strongly encouraged to do the same.
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