City Hall sets up swine flu hotline | ParkRecord.com

City Hall sets up swine flu hotline

by Jay Hamburger OF THE RECORD STAFF

Ofelia Diaz holds her son, Ramiro Ramos Diaz, 3, as he is tested for influenza Thursday morning at Park City Healthcare by medical assistant Amy Molsberry. Photo by David Ryder.

City Hall has set up a hotline for people wanting information about the swine flu scare in the Park City School District.

The number is 615-5989. People in the emergency operations center at the Park City police station are answering the hotline. The hotline was set up at approximately 8 a.m. Thursday.

Hugh Daniels, City Hall’s emergency manager, said officials from the Summit County Health Department and the Park City School District were stationed in the center at just before 10 a.m. Summit County’s emergency manager was also there.

"Mostly it’s just parents who are concerned, have questions," Daniels said about the calls after the center started operating on Thursday.