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Chester Board of Health’s 2nd COVID-19 Webinar Set for March 8 

Chester residents will have an opportunity to take part in the second installment of a three-part webinar series focused on COVID-19. The webinar series is a collaboration between the Chester Board of Health, Chester Bureau of Health, and J. Lewis Crozer Library.  


(CHESTER, PA)- The second installment of a three-part COVID-19 webinar series is scheduled to take place on March 8 at 7 p.m. Residents are invited to participate in the webinar, which will focus on the mental health impact of the virus.   


This installment comes two-weeks after the first webinar, which focused on a basic understanding of the virus, with specific information about symptoms, duration, treatment, most-at-risk groups, and testing. Nearly three dozen people registered for the introductory webinar.    


The second installment will be moderator by Rev. Dr. Ronald Williams and feature four panelists who will highlight mental health implications related to COVID-19. 


The third and final webinar will take place on March 22 at 7 p.m., and center around the vaccine. Chester residents can submit questions in advance and ask questions during the live events. 


Webinar details, speaker information, and registration can be found at:  


Residents without internet access can contact the J. Lewis Crozer Library to obtain information to join the webinars by phone. 



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Keystone First is sponsoring the webinar. 


Members of the media are welcome to promote the last two webinars to the public.  


WHO:             The Chester Board of Health, Chester Bureau of Health, and the J. Lewis Crozer Library 


WHAT:          will host the 2nd installment of a 3-part webinar series on COVID-19 


WHEN:          Monday, March 8, 2021, at 7 p.m.  


WHERE:         Online. Registration information: