Metrocrest Chamber Hosts State of Health, July 9

 The numbers of daily positive COVID-19 cases are rising in Dallas County – and in many states across the country. This is scary for your health, but it can also be detrimental for your business. That’s why Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free, virtual State of Health event from noon-1:15 p.m. July 9.

State of Health is presented by Thomson Reuters and sponsored by Children’s Health, and it will feature several local medical experts as keynote speakers. These include Dr. Philip Huang, director of Dallas County Health and Human Services; Steve Love, president and CEO of DFW Hospital Council; Jason Isham, director of Integrated Behavioral Health at Children’s Health; and Dr. Shawna D. Nesbitt, medical director of Parkland Hypertension Clinic.

 “This panel will focus on the intersection of COVID-19 and its impact on the North Texas business community,” stated the event website. “We’ll also explore ways we can ensure we’re utilizing the safest practices as we move into rebound and recovery.”

This virtual event will be held over Zoom webinar and simulcast to Facebook Live. Simply register online, then you will be emailed a link to join. On July 9, simply make your lunch beforehand and spend your lunch break listening to these experts and preparing your business to best handle the coronavirus pandemic.

Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit organization that hosts programs geared toward helping members improve the profitability of their businesses and engaging in issues that impact the business environment in Addison, Carrollton and Farmers Branch. As a member, your business will be featured in their directory and you’ll have access to your own unique member page. You will also be invited to attend special events (virtually for now) to help you stay up to date on local business issues.

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