Mayor McDonnell says, "I can't stress enough the importance of staying at home, if you can, maintaining social distances and really taking this seriously because it is something that's very significant and we all need to do our part to make this a slow pandemic." The group also discusses: The difference between "fast" and "slow" pandemics. Mayor discusses the need to stay home and social distance when going out for essentials Police chief Mitch Lackey discusses dramatic decrease in traffic (no numbers cited). Also discusses drop in expected call volume for the time of the year (no numbers cited). Fire Chief Nick Swinhart says that Fire/EMS calls are down significantly (no numbers cited) Riverside dental has donated some gloves to police dept. CRESA releases a daily briefing which is described as best local source of information. (not clear how to access that) Largest need is for testing kits, masks and gloves Emergency operations center (EOC) is set up at Police Dept and ready to activate if needed. The mayor mentions that the city will hand out flyers to the vulnerable community in Camas with less access to the internet.