Individuals with health challenges have been identified as taking “longer to recover” or have needs that require further assistance. And country leaders have collaborated to set up a Community Reassurance Cell (CRC), all ensuring residents can put forward how Covid has impacted them.
Collaboration has seen some strong solutions as nations come out of Covid, and now Hertfordshire County Council are working closely with Herts Black and Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) network, in order to deepen their understanding going forward, by holding a Q&A where all are welcome. Discussions will be focused on things such as social and structural determinants of health, socio-economic and cultural factors influencing the outcomes in BAME groups, and discrimination and stigma influencing Covid-19 outcomes. They urge all who can offer insight, to be part of it.
The Q&A on Friday 9th October 2020 at 17:00-18:30 hours and will host key speakers;
Cllr Linda Hasey - Leader of East Herts District Council
Prof. Jim McManus - Director of Public Health, Herts County Council
Kate Belinis - DL, Chair, Herts Equality Council
Reynold Rosenberg - Chair, Herts Inter Faith Forum
Enoch Kanagaraj - Chair, One Vision Project
Harjit Singh - BAME Network Member
All questions have been be requested in advance to ensure every aspect is covered [email protected]
Further details and how to attend can be found here
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