Milwaukee County leaders to discuss latest Covid trends at in-person community meetings
MILWAUKEE COUNTY (CBS 58) -- Here in Milwaukee County, health officials say we are reaching low COVID-19 levels we haven't seen in months.
After two years of virtual meetings, county and city leaders will be meeting people in person to discuss the latest COVID-19 trends.
The first community town hall will be held Monday night, March 14, at North Division High School.
It comes on the heels of the second anniversary of COVID-19 being detected in Milwaukee County.
Officials say while the case numbers have improved, vaccination remains the best tool to keeping COVID-19 under control.
"Having public health and medical experts available for small group discussions will be helpful in moving forward our efforts in increasing vaccination in the city and as well as the county," said Acting Mayor Cavalier Johnson.
Both Acting Mayor Johnson and Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley say they will be at the first in-person community meeting.
Again, the meeting is at North Division High School from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
As there will be limited seating, people are encouraged to sign up here.