With two COVID-19 vaccines currently available and more likely coming to market soon, after nearly a year, an end to the pandemic is finally in sight. But just as the changes brought on by the pandemic have left people feeling confused, so has the vaccine, raising questions such as: how they were developed so quickly, their efficacy and safety, when people can expect to get them, and most importantly, if vaccination will bring life “back to normal.” Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H) Chief Clinical Officer Edward J. Merrens, MD, will address these questions and more during a Facebook Live event on Tuesday, February 16 at noon, on the D-H Facebook page. Participants will have the opportunity to ask Merrens questions in real-time.
“In today’s digital age, misinformation spreads like wildfire. This pandemic is a dire situation, and D-H is committed to getting the facts out about the safety of these vaccines,” Merrens said. “Our organization has used and will continue to use every communication channel available to us to reach our patients, community and staff with the most up-to-date information on COVID-19. I’m happy to have the opportunity to directly address questions and concerns about the vaccines in a public, virtual forum.”
Resources for Small Businesses
2/4/2020 - The Lake Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting - Virtual this year!
Lake Sunapee Region Chamber Book Club - Coming Soon!
The LSRCC was able to partner up with our regional chamber neighbors in a partnership program with the State of NH. We were able to bring in around $275K to our region.
The programs we created had a focus on COVID recovery for businesses & communities as well as elements of travel & tourism for our region.