GREAT FALLS, Mont. - The Montana Department of Veteran Affairs is trying to clear up any confusion with their vaccine rollout.
While it's not the safest idea to have an in-person gathering these days, the VA is taking to the internet to answer all your COVID-19 questions.
All in an effort to keep you informed on things like distribution, vaccine status updates, and anything else you want to talk about.
By Thursday, Feb. 25, the VA will have provided the first doses of the Moderna vaccine to over 11 percent of enrolled veterans, which is over 5,500 vets in 11 different areas of the state.
MTVAHCS chief of staff, Dr. JP Maganito says they are ready to answer any question that comes their way.
"A lot of the questions that I think will come regarding COVID will be not just vaccination but also what are things that we are doing currently in our health care system that might be reflective of where we're at as a state, as a nation. Those are the things I anticipate we'll be able to answer for them," Dr. Maganito said.
But it's not just veterans who can ask questions - family members, caregivers, or anyone else can also join in.
The virtual town hall is on Feb. 25 from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm and while it ends at six, they say they guarantee they'll answer any further questions after the meeting through phone calls or chats.
Dr. Maganito says they guarantee to get back to everyone that reaches out.
To access the virtual town hall, you can call 1-866-478-3358 or visit www.access.live/MontanaVATownHall.
If you can't access the town hall, the VA will also be live streaming it on their Facebook page.