Cicilline to Host Facebook Live Town Hall on COVID-19

 

WASHINGTON – U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline (RI-01) will host a Facebook Live Town Hall with Rhode Island Department of Health Consultant Medical Director Dr. Philip Chan TOMORROW at 2pm. Cicilline and Dr. Chan will field questions from Rhode Islanders about the current situation, how to keep themselves and their families safe, and what Congress is doing to provide relief for Rhode Islanders.

 

The event will be livestreamed on Cicilline’s Facebook page. Full details are as follows:

WHAT:          Congressman Cicilline to host Facebook Live Town Hall with Dr. Chan of the RI Department of Health

WHO:            Congressman David Cicilline and Dr. Philip Chan, Consultant Medical Director at RIDOH

WHEN:          TOMORROW 2pm

LINK:             https://www.facebook.com/CongressmanDavidCicilline/

 

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