BCDC Host Local Infectious Disease Specialist in November

BCDC Host Local Infectious Disease Specialist in November

Staying Safe During the Holidays

Dr. Terence (Terry) Doran, Infectious Disease Specialist, will report on the latest science and facts of COVID-19 at the general membership meeting for the Burnet County Democratic Club on Tuesday, November 17, 2020, at 11:30 a.m. via Zoom.

 “With the holidays approaching, we must remain vigilant in our efforts to combat COVID-19,” said Mary Thompson, BCDCTX Vice President. “Dr. Doran will educate us on how to keep ourselves and our families safe during what undoubtedly will be not a normal holiday season. He also will present the latest research and report progress on a vaccine.”

Dr. Doran received his doctorate in microbiology (1981) and his medical degree (1984) from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, where he also completed his residency and fellowship in pediatrics and pediatric infectious diseases. Doran retired as a professor of pediatric infectious diseases at UT Health SA. He served as a commissioned officer in the United States Navy (1972-1975) and now resides in Burnet County with his wife, Mary, the BCDC volunteer coordinator.  

BJ Henry, BCDCTX president, reminds readers this is the last meeting of 2020.

“We do not have a meeting in December, so be sure to join us November 17 to summarize our 2020 accomplishments and to discuss our action plans for the future. Our next membership meeting will be in January 2021, time and date to be announced.”

Newsletter subscribers will be provided a link to register for the November membership meeting, so be sure to watch your inbox for details. Non-members can request an invitation by emailing democratsclubburnetcounty@gmail.com

Follow BCDCTX on Twitter and Instagram and visit bcdctx.org for membership information. BCDCTX meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month via Zoom. The meetings are open to anyone who supports Democratic ideals.

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