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Carroll medical professionals holding town hall with COVID-19 vaccination update

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St. Anthony Regional Hospital will hold a virtual town hall covering questions about COVID-19 and vaccines; the interactive live discussion will be posted on St. Anthony's website at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 18. St. Anthony, McFarland Clinic and Carroll County Public Health officials, pictured here, held a similar virtual town hall in November.

McFarland Clinic-Carroll, St. Anthony Clinic, and Carroll County Public Health will partner in a virtual Town Hall Meeting to give an update to area residents on the COVID-19 vaccination process.

The interactive live discussion will be shared at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 18 on the St. Anthony website.

Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kyle Ulveling of St. Anthony Regional Hospital will moderate the discussion.

The panel will include Dr. John Evans of McFarland Clinic-Carroll, Dr. Mark Collison of the St. Anthony Clinic, and Nicole Schwering, RN, and Sara Schulte, BSN, RN, of Carroll County Public Health. This is the second such virtual town hall hosted by St. Anthony about COVID-19.

The town hall meeting will begin with a report by Ulveling, followed by a question-and-answer session with the panel. The meeting will be livestreamed and can be accessed by going to

The public is invited to submit questions prior to, and during, the event by sending them to

A recording of the medical town hall meeting will be made available when completed on the St. Anthony YouTube channel, as well on social media through the Carroll County Public Health, McFarland Clinic and St. Anthony pages,; and

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