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Beaufort County Commissioners: Health Director Jim Madson Reports on Covid

    Breaking: Beaufort County Health Director Jim Madson will discuss the prevailing health of Beaufort County citizens, here in the Age of Covid, on an upcoming episode of What's Happening Now; stay tuned.

On August 3, 2020, the Beaufort County Commissioners met to discuss and engage in the county government's management as evidenced by these segmented video vignettes exhibiting what doing the people's business looks like.



    Beaufort County Health Director Jim Madson reports to Beaufort County's Commissioners on Covid, offering an update to the people of Beaufort County. Here in the Age of Covid, it is stupendously important that our local citizens are given more information rather than less; moreover, information, data provided by BCN, and other responsible outlets, will make folks better informed to navigate these tremulous times, while gaining a sense of hopeful confidence for the better days that lie ahead.

Beaufort County Health Director Jim Madson keeps Beaufort County informed: Below.



Apologies are inorder for the sound quality, nonexistent as there was no aplification, when Commissioners Booth and Deatherage speak, for their microphones at their table were not engaged, and was not corrected by technical staff for nearly the entire meeting ... Ooops.



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You are receiving the attached message and email below from Beaufort County's EOC as a method of keeping you informed about our county's response to COVID-19.

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