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Webinar to address coronavirus pandemic concerns in rural Minnesota

Panelists include Jenna Kuduk, RN health services director for the Mille Lacs Band's Ne-la Shing Clinic, and Nicole Anderson, commissioner of health and human services for the Mille Lacs Band.

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FARGO — The Center for Rural Policy & Development and Covid Collaborative plans to hold a webinar to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has affected rural Minnesota and what can be done to keep people safe on Thursday, March 10.

Starting at 2:30 p.m., the webinar will feature Mayo Clinic infectious disease specialist John O'Horo and others, including Brenda Geldert, executive director of Options, Inc., in Big Lake, Minnesota, and AJ Humes, of Lifecare Medical Center in Roseau, Minnesota.

Other panelists include Jenna Kuduk, RN health services director for the Mille Lacs Band's Ne-la Shing Clinic, and Nicole Anderson, commissioner of health and human services for the Mille Lacs Band.

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