February 2021 Gazette – Senior Center News

By Chris Joyce

Hi, everyone! I sure hope you’re all staying healthy! The Ottawa County Commissioners along with the County Health Department and Senior Resources continue to monitor the spread of the virus and have decided to keep the senior centers closed until further notice due to the ongoing pandemic. Hopefully now that Covid-19 vaccines are starting to be administered, we’ll begin to see light at the end of the tunnel.

If you haven’t already done so, please take the time to fill out the Covid Vaccine pre-registration form found on the Ottawa County Health Department website: www.ottawahealth.org. If you are unable to get to the website for the pre-registration, simply call Senior Resources at 419-898-6459, and they will help you navigate the pre-registration form. The Ottawa County Health Department wants the residents of Ottawa County to remain vigilant about continuing to follow all the guidelines regarding COVID 19 protection. While the vaccine is a huge step toward eradicating this pandemic, we need to continue to be watchful, cautious, alert and open-eyed to the realities of this virus and the vaccine.

Therefore, until we hear different… keep on social distancing, wearing your masks and washing your hands. I miss you all! Don’t forget to enjoy a piece or two of Chocolate on Valentine’s Day!


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