KY Congressman Comer to host Coronavirus Telephone Town Hall

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Congressman Comer is scheduled to host a Coronavirus Telephone Town Hall to allow constituents to ask questions on federal response and medical concerns. (image courtesy comer.house.gov)

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WASHINGTON (WEHT) — Congressman James Comer has announced plans to host a COVID-19 Telephone Town Hall on Thursday, at 2 p.m. (ET), to update constituents on the federal government’s efforts to combat the coronavirus.

Dr. Kyle Turnbo from Paducah will be joining Congressman Comer to answer medical questions about COVID-19.

Residents of the 1st Congressional District can call (855) 962-1276 to participate in the conversation.

Constituents can also sign up for the call by clicking here.

After opening comments from Congressman Comer and Dr. Turnbo, the remainder of the call will be spent taking questions from callers.

If votes are suddenly scheduled in Washington on Thursday, and Congressman Comer is unable to participate, the event will be rescheduled.

For more information on the Telephone Town Hall, click here.

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(This story was originally published on March 26, 2020)

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