Oakland County Executive David Coulter, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR)’s Ron Olson and other news-makers discuss the latest COVID-19 information on this full edition of the Oakland County Megacast!
David Coulter, Oakland County Executive, discusses the County’s partnership with local community faith-based organizations in order to expand COVID-19 testing into communities with greater minority populations, as well as his thoughts on the recent uptick in community activism as national movements for change are being spoken for by the people of Oakland County.
Michigan DNR Chief of Parks and Recreation Ron Olson talks about how the State Parks are maintaining social distancing measures while also allowing campers and park goers to enjoy the many services that are usually available to the public, and Oakland County One Stop Shop Business Center Department Supervisor Greg Doyle discusses how his team has been helping to educate local businesses in order to prepare themselves for a bright future.
Additionally, Keego Harbor Police Chief John Fitzgerald talks about his department seeking out expanded training efforts, as well as information regarding fireworks safety, Dr. Jamie Taweel from Grand River Medical Associates warns us about how certain hand sanitizers may contain dangerous chemicals that should not be ingested, and Lace Boutique Owner Riva Kalasho shows us how her company is providing stylish safety to local brides.
Plus, Shiloh Baptist Church Pastor Coley Gracey explains how Oakland County’s expanded testing is operating at his church and provides words of wisdom to the community about getting tested and staying safe from COVID-19.
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