Avoiding Another Surge: What Does Phase 3 Mean in Washington, and How Should You Approach It?
Things are opening up across Washington State but statistics point to another possible surge in COVID-19 cases. With fans in the stands, 50% capacity inside many venues, and vaccination eligibility opening up -- how should organizations be approaching Phase 3? How should you be communicating best practices to your employees, customers, and other stakeholders?
Join PRSA Puget Sound for this can't miss webinar on the very day vaccinations will open to all adults ages 16 and up -- April 15 at 11am. Our stellar state panel (see below) will give you concrete ways to communicate about COVID-19 safely and provide strategies to cope with the emotional and mental hardships of the past year, understanding re-opening, and what the new guidelines mean.
Dr. Kira Mauseth, Seattle University Psychology Department and co-lead for the Behavioral Health Strike Team for the Washington State Department of Health
Jaime Smith, Washington Department of Commerce, Communications Director
Greg Endler, Washington Department of Health’s deputy director for health promotion and education.
Participation in this virtual event is free, however, advance registration is required. Upon registration, you will receive an email with access instructions. If you do not receive the email within one hour of registering, please check your junk mail folder, then email programs /at/ prsapugetsound.org. Donations to PRSA Puget Sound to defray event expenses are gratefully accepted and can be made during registration.Register Now
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