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SETxGWEP COVID-19 Town Hall - Shared screen with speaker view
Katie Scott
28:07
Please keep your video and phones muted
Paula Johnson
39:02
You can also call the Houston Health Department COVID19 hotline at 832-393-4220 to receive a code which will allow Seniors to go to one of the City of Houston testing sites.
gtaffet
39:37
Great point and easier to manage then the internet.
Ange Finn
41:10
Having a hard time hearing speaker because other mikes live. Could others mute their mikes? Thanks
Pat GW
47:58
The presentation is great! Thanks for all your work on this. I think it was said that these slides will be available. Will you tell us at the end how to access the slide program?
Rhonda.Foster
57:11
Is there a provision with the State that will allow Medicaid to pay for prescriptions in advance.
Rhonda.Foster
57:46
Or approve the prescription in advance of the refill date?
aliabbas
01:00:26
And Lea?
kiefer
01:02:35
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Katie Scott
01:02:40
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Kim Tweedel
01:15:54
this was excellent.
Barbara Spangenberg
01:16:02
will it have the link for Dr. Stanley's webinar or can you provide again?
Ange Finn
01:16:03
This has been fabulous. Please do more!
Katie Scott
01:16:06
https://orit.research.bcm.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=WFLEF8FYXM
Ms. Pearlene
01:18:03
Appreciate the information shared. Thank you.
Dr Barbara Manousso
01:18:57
What about shoes? I understand about touching surfaces, but what is myth and fact?
Dr Barbara Manousso
01:19:23
Walking outside is scary for some
Barbara Spangenberg
01:20:11
What is Dr. Stanley's webinar info?
Dr Barbara Manousso
01:20:28
Great! Thank you! Whew!~
Jane Bavineau
01:20:31
I heard that Advil is a "magnet" for COVID????
Paula Johnson
01:20:38
If Seniors are having problems purchasing their medications, they may also call the Harris County Area Agency on Aging at 832-393-4301 for assistance. They must have a current prescription.
Katie Scott
01:21:09
https://peaceofmind.com/coronavirus/
Dr Barbara Manousso
01:21:55
What does that mean?
Pat GW
01:21:58
does this apply to naproxen?
Diana Speaks
01:22:01
I was advised Tylenol and BC powder are the drugs of choice per my Pharmacist
Janet Jackson
01:22:35
What is your advice about who should wear masks when we’re out and about? It seems that recent reports have been recommending more widespread use.
aliabbas
01:23:35
Yes, would apply to naproxen.
Barbara Spangenberg
01:24:59
and what types of masks?
Wells
01:26:09
The NY Times has a pattern for making your own mask.
Dr Barbara Manousso
01:26:51
Thank yoU!
jlpin
01:27:18
Thank you- excellent information and great presentation.
vaunette Fay
01:28:01
Thank you this was really helpful and great!
Mary Ellen Ross
01:28:28
Thanks!
Janet Jackson
01:28:29
Very helpful info…thank you!
Barbara Spangenberg
01:28:34
https://masksnow.org/request-supplies/ great source
Barbara Spangenberg
01:28:50
volunteers making masks
Ann Murdock
01:28:57
Proud of HGS for putting this on.
Mallory Freitag
01:29:00
Thank you!
Katie Scott
01:29:02
Please complete the survey: https://orit.research.bcm.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=WFLEF8FYXM
GCormier
01:29:04
Thank you!
Marissa Moschetta
01:29:07
Thank you!
Susan M
01:29:12
Thanks
Robert Roush
01:29:14
For future town halls, if a small panel of older adults at their homes could be interviewed for their concerns, ideas and suggestions might be interesting.