State Rep. Julie Calley will host a live tele-town hall update on Thursday, March 26 at 3 p.m. on the coronavirus pandemic in Michigan and what steps are being taken to combat the virus. Joining her on the call will be Anne Klein Barna, the Planning, Promotion, and Evaluations Manager of the Barry-Eaton District Health Department, and Ken Bowen, the Health Officer/Director of Environmental Health of the Ionia County Health Department.
“My duty is to keep you informed, and the challenge we’re facing doesn’t change that,” Calley said. “I appreciate our local health departments partnering with me on this tele-town hall to get reliable information out to the public. I encourage everyone to join the call and ask questions you may have regarding coronavirus.”
Those wishing to join the tele-town hall may call toll-free (855) 756-7520 and enter 57629# when prompted.
For more information, please contact Rep. Calley’s office at (517) 373-0842 or [email protected]
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