Video Gallery: COVID-19 local panels
The Pilot & Today in conjunction with the city of Steamboat Springs has held several live panel discussions with local experts and community leaders about COVID-19 and its impacts.
An update from local officials on COVID-19
Local officials discuss COVID-19 impacts on area recreation
Local officials discuss reopening the community
City officials discuss changes to city services due to COVID-19
Steamboat students discuss impacts of COVID-19
Discussing Casey’s Pond and its response to the COVID-19 pandemic
How COVID-19 has affected ranching and agriculture in Routt County
Local leaders discuss recovery and transition from COVID-19.
Local officials discuss the support available for businesses impacted by COVID-19.
How the new safer-at-home order will affect Routt County.
How the local faith community is still connecting with its congregations.
How people can take care of their physical, mental and emotional health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local school officials address questions about online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local officials discuss the county’s third public health order.
Discussing different activities for kids while at home
Local leaders and health care officials address questions about the Routt County Board of Health’s latest public health order that requires people to wear face masks in public.
Leaders of additional Routt County nonprofit organizations address questions about COVID-19 impacts and how people can find local resources for help.
Leaders of Routt County nonprofit organizations address questions about COVID-19 impacts and how people can find local resources for help.
Local financial experts address people’s questions about the new government stimulus and finances following the outbreak of novel coronavirus.
Steamboat and Routt County officials address questions about the county’s two public health orders.
Steamboat Springs and Routt County officials address questions about local COVID-19 testing efforts and the statewide stay-at-home order.
Steamboat and Routt County officials address questions about business resources following the outbreak of COVID-19.
Routt County officials and medical professionals discuss the ongoing coronavirus pandemic from a local perspective.
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