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Cuyuna Area Connections presents virtual COVID-19 101 talk

Cuyuna Regional Medical Center serves about 30,000 people in the Brainerd lakes area. Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch

Cuyuna Regional Medical Center Chief Medical Officer Dr. Rob Westin will give a virtual “COVID 101” presentation noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 24.

Any older adult who is concerned or wants to learn more about COVID-19 and how to move forward with their lives in a healthy manner may watch the online presentation.

Topics include what precautions to take, symptoms to look for, opportunities to connect with others, how to be resilient during stressful times, and how the region’s current COVID-19 outlook compares to the state or national.

Submit any questions for the presenter by Monday by calling Cassie Carey at 218-821-6975 or email her at careyconsulting34@gmail.com .

To watch the Zoom online presentation, visit https://bit.ly/3fGXHxe starting at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday.


Crow Wing County partnered with Cuyuna Area Connections on the event “to help remove boundaries, build networks and provide education to sustain independence for aging community members and caregivers,” a news release stated. Cuyuna Area Connections is one of four pilot programs in Minnesota of the Silos to Circles Age Well Initiative.

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