The Springfield-Greene County Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have asked those planning events of 50 or more people in the next eight weeks to reschedule or cancel those gatherings due to the impact of coronavirus.
With the health of our community and staff as our top priority, Springfield Business Journal has moved tomorrow's 12 People discussion with Toni Robinson online. The interview will take place virtually at Facebook.com/SBJNet. Tune in at 8 a.m. tomorrow to view the video via Facebook livestream. We will conduct a virtual audience Q&A with Toni, president of the Springfield NAACP, after the interview. Please submit your questions as a comment on the video.
If you had already purchased a ticket to this month’s 12 People, Diana Weber will contact you directly on how to participate remotely. Please contact Diana with any questions: email@example.com or 417-838-0267.
As you know, information and recommendations are changing rapidly. SBJ is monitoring guidance from the Health Department and CDC closely. If the decision is made to reschedule any other SBJ events, we will share that information via email and through our social media channels. Please visit SBJ.net/events for updated information regarding rescheduling of events. And please visit SBJ.net/coronavirus for our continued coverage of COVID-19.
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