Douglass Neighborhood Companies and the Hannibal Parks & Recreation are canceling the August 12, 2021 Senior Expo in a transfer to assist minimize the spread of COVID-19 and the Delta variant.
“Like most folks in Northeast Missouri, we want to return to ordinary activities,” reported Douglass’ Chief Enhancement Officer Stacey Nicholas. “Unfortunately, small vaccination charges and the increasingly large range of COVID circumstances in our local community suggests that we should get the job done diligently and with an abundance of caution when it arrives to substantial, in-man or woman activities.”
Suppliers who have prepaid for their areas will have their registration charges refunded. Options to reschedule the function will be discussed by officers from Douglass Community Providers and Hannibal Parks & Recreation.
A short while ago Hannibal Regional Medical center documented massive will increase in Covid-19 situations, producing a strain on healthcare means.
Mary Lynne Richards, recreation supervisor with Hannibal Parks & Recreation, explained, “Such events offer an possibility for the virus to unfold in a broader way than if folks go about their normal working day-to-working day life. We want to assure the safety of our staff members and all vulnerable populations.”
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Douglass Community Services is a trustworthy spouse in building powerful young children, solid households, and robust communities. Hannibal Parks & Recreation presents high quality, safe and sound and healthy leisure things to do and facilities for residents and guests with the aid of civic, governmental and local community associates.