Submit a Video Question for the April 9 Town Hall
In an effort to provide a platform for DeKalb stakeholders to have questions answered by our experts of the medical and health community, we welcome video submissions of your question. Video questions submitted may be played during the actual broadcast of this week’s meeting. If your video is played, panelists will respond to your question during the actual broadcast.
To submit your question, simply record yourself asking one question for medical experts using your cell phone or computer’s camera. Please be sure to keep your questions brief (under 20 seconds) and introduce yourself prior to asking your question to our experts.
“Hi. I’m Jane Doe. I have been a DeKalb County resident for 20 years and I would like to know if wearing homemade masks is effective in the prevention of COVID-19. Thank you,”
NOTE: If you have more than one question, you may record more. However, in an effort to include as many submitted questions as possible, your first question will be shown first, with the option of the playback of additional questions should broadcast time permit.
How do I submit my question:
2. Select the desired video from your phone or computer to upload
3. Click “done” once you’ve selected the desired video clip you wish to submit
4. Input your full name and email address in the provided lines.
5. If desired, include your phone number in the “message box.” While this is not required, this allows DCTV staff members to contact you should there be any issues with your video upload.
6. Click “Upload”
7. Click “I Accept” if you agree to the terms of service required by the Hightail electronic file sharing service. If you choose not to agree to the terms of service, you may still submit your written questions in advance via email to email@example.com, on Facebook or Twitter.
Email any technical questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Video: DeKalb County COVID-19 Town Hall, filmed March 19
Video: DeKalb County COVID-19 Town Hall, filmed March 11. Please note that since airing, DeKalb Schools have closed. Visit the DeKalb Schools website for school information and updates.