County officials say the town hall will be an opportunity to ask questions of experienced staff.

PMG FILE PHOTO: - A Washington County Board of Commissioners meeting in May.The Washington County Board of Commissioners is hosting a virtual town hall Saturday, Dec. 12 to discuss the county's ongoing response to COVID-19 as well as other topics related to the pandemic.

The town hall will take place on Zoom from 10 a.m. to noon.

It's the second town hall on the topic the county has held since the beginning of the pandemic.

County officials will review new health guidelines issued by Gov. Kate Brown and "how we can work together to protect one another over the holiday season and beyond," the county said in a statement Friday, Dec. 4.

It will also be an opportunity for people to ask questions of county staff with expertise in public health and community support.

The town hall will "advance the ongoing effort to center community need and prioritize resources at the County's disposal to help meet those needs," the county said.

To RSVP and obtain meeting access information, please go here.

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