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Veterans virtual town hall meeting set for Aug. 9

The virtual town hall meeting provides veterans the chance to hear from and have concerns addressed by St. Cloud VA officials while observing social distancing guidelines.

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ST. CLOUD — A virtual veterans town hall meeting focused on improving VA health care services and programs is scheduled on Aug. 9 at 2 p.m., for veterans served by the Montevideo VA Clinic and the St. Cloud VA Health Care System.

The virtual town hall meeting provides veterans the chance to hear from and have concerns addressed by St. Cloud VA officials while observing social distancing guidelines.

Veterans can visit tinyurl.com/59x89w2u to attend the virtual meeting. Veterans may also call in to participate in the meeting at 1-872-701-0185 and use access code 601 316 481#. If using a smart phone to access the town hall meeting, please download the Microsoft Teams application that is found in the application store on a smartphone. The application can be found by searching for Microsoft Teams. If using a computer, simply click the link provided and select “Watch on the web instead.”

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