WEST CHESTER, PA — Residents with questions and concerns regarding COVID-19 and the current response in Chester County and Pennsylvania can participate in a live Telephone Town Hall set for Thursday, March 26 at 6 p.m, state Senator Andy Dinniman announced.
To participate, you can call in at 6 p.m. by dialing 1-877-229-8493 and entering PIN #118628. You can sign up here.
The meeting will focus on the impacts of and response to the outbreak of the deadly virus locally and at the state level.
In addition to Senator Dinniman, participants include:
- Marian Moskowitz, Chair, Chester County Commissioners.
- Jeanne E. Casner, MPH, PMP, County Health Director, Chester County Department of Health.
- Kim Bowman, Director, Chester County Department of Human Services.
- Sandra Murphy, Director, Chester County Department of Aging.
“I know residents have serious questions and concerns about this unprecedented public health emergency. This is the opportunity to ask them and get answers,” Dinniman said. “I expect to discuss school and business closures, economic impacts, public health resources, and support and outreach for senior citizens.”
You can sign up to participate and submitted questions ahead of time at https://www.senatordinniman.com/telephone-townhall.
“We have already received a lot of questions and expect to get a lot more,” Dinniman said. “Please know that my office will work with the county and others to ensure that everyone who calls in or submits questions gets answers.”
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