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Chatham County Council on Aging Online & Distance: Offerings and Resources

Online & Distance: Offerings and Resources

Downloads If you are using Zoom on your computer, you will want “Zoom Client for Meetings.”For a smartphone or tablet, you will want “Zoom Mobile Apps” The Chatham County Council on Aging strongly recommends that you consult with your physician before beginning any exercise program.

Chatham County Council on Aging Online & Distance: Offerings and Resources 2020-04-15T15:30:02-04:00

Chatham County Seniors Have Online and Phone Line Options to Keep Them Moving and Learning From Home

Chatham County Senior Citizens Have Online and Phone Line Options to Keep Them Moving and Learning From Home

Chatham County Council on Aging is now offering online events or events over the phone! Family and Consumer Service Agent, Phyllis Smith, will be presenting on Thursday, April 16, 2020. She will be discussing COVID-19 Safety using Zoom. The Chatham County Council on Aging will also offer other online events.

Chatham County Seniors Have Online and Phone Line Options to Keep Them Moving and Learning From Home 2020-04-15T15:22:41-04:00

How to Join a ZOOM Meeting

Joining a Meeting

In this article, we will discuss how to join an instant meeting through an email invite, an instant messaging invite, from the browser, from the Zoom desktop and mobile application, from a landline or mobile phone, and with a H.323 or SIP device.

How to Join a ZOOM Meeting 2020-04-15T15:26:48-04:00

Public Health Director Advises Chatham County (NC) Residents to Act Now to Slow Spread of New Coronavirus

Chatham County News

As three additional Chatham County residents test positive for COVID-19 (six overall), Chatham County Public Health Director Layton Long strongly advises residents to act with urgency to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. “Because of the infectiousness of the new coronavirus, we expect the number of cases to continue to rise,” said Chatham County Public Health Director Layton Long.

Public Health Director Advises Chatham County (NC) Residents to Act Now to Slow Spread of New Coronavirus 2020-03-25T11:20:36-04:00

Chatham County Public Libraries to Close Beginning March 17, 2020

Post Date: 03/16/2020 5:42 PM

PITTSBORO, NC – In light of Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Order and the North Carolina State of Emergency, all Chatham County Library locations will be closed to the public beginning March 17, 2020, until further notice. This decision reinforces the interest of protecting vulnerable community members and preventing the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Chatham County Library patrons are asked to note the following until further notice:

  • Holds on library resources will be suspended.
  • No fines will be accrued as of March 13, 2020.  Your patience is requested while we work to reflect these updates to the tracking system.
  • Book donations to the Chatham County Library are also on hold.
  • Programing, meetings and events offered by or hosted at Chatham County Libraries are suspended.
  • Don’t forget to check out Chatham County Library online resources(www.chathamnc.org/library-onlineresources).

The decision to close the county’s libraries was a difficult one, as much of the community depends on the services the libraries provide. However, the county’s commitment to the safety of its staff and residents is foremost.

The Chatham County Library would like to thank its patrons for their patience and looks forward to resuming normal operating hours and programing in the near future.

For more information about the new coronavirus and Chatham’s response, visit www.chathamnc.org/coronavirus.

Chatham County Public Libraries to Close Beginning March 17, 2020 2020-03-16T19:19:46-04:00

Chatham County (NC) Council on Aging Announces COVID-19 Actions

Chatham COA COVID-19 Response

March 13, 2020 Chatham County Council on Aging Announces COVID-19 Actions PITTSBORO, NC-The Chatham County Council on Aging is joining others across the globe, nation and state in acting decisively to curtail the adverse impact of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). See the details in this announcement. For more information, contact: Krista Westervelt, 919-542-4512, krista.westervelt@chathamcoa.org

Chatham County (NC) Council on Aging Announces COVID-19 Actions 2020-03-13T15:30:32-04:00
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