Community update this afternoon

JACKSON, Wyo. — Local health and elected officials will provide a COVID-19 community update today, April 3 at 3 p.m.

In an effort to encourage physical distancing, the meeting will be streamed live on the Town of Jackson’s website. The public is encouraged to tune in online.

The update will enable the community to hear from local experts about the current situation, mitigation measures in place, resources currently available, and actions that individuals can take to help keep the community safe and healthy.

Dr. Paul Beaupre, CEO of St. John’s Health; Rich Ochs, Teton County Emergency Management Coordinator; Jodie Pond, Teton County Director of Health; Pete Muldoon, Mayor of Jackson; and Natalia Macker, Chair of the Teton Board of County Commissioners will all be present to provide an update on the current situation in Teton County.

The update will be archived on as well as on the Town of Jackson’s website.

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