ECU Health expert available to provide updates, safety tips for respiratory virus season | Eastern North Carolina Now | Learn how to stay safe and healthy during the holidays

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Press Release:

    What:

    Respiratory viruses like flu and RSV continue to rise across the country and here in eastern North Carolina. With holiday season quickly approaching, community members can learn how to protect their loved ones and themselves from respiratory viruses to ensure holiday gatherings are safe and fun for all.

    Who:

    Dr. T. Ryan Gallaher, medical director of infectious diseases, ECU Health

    When:

    11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 10

    Where:

    ECU Health Marketing and Communications Building, 1021 WH Smith Blvd. Greenville, N.C. 27834.

    RSVP:

    Please inform us if you plan to attend. Virtual interviews can be accommodated.


   Contact: Ashlin Elliott
   ECU Health Public Relations
   Phone: 252-412-9436
   Email: Ashlin.Elliott@VidantHealth.com
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