Congressman James Comer is planning on hosting a Telephone Town Hall later this week to update those in Kentucky’s First Congressional District about coronavirus (COVID-19).
Congressman Comer’s office announced Tuesday that the Telephone Town Hall will be held Thursday, March 26th beginning at 1:00 PM (Central) and will be a way for the Congressman to update constituents on the federal government’s efforts to combat COVID-19. Dr. Kyle Turnbo, of Paducah, will also be joining Congressman Comer on the call to answer specific medical questions about the virus.
After opening comments from both the Congressman 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 in a timely manner.
Residents of the 1st Congressional District can call 855-962-1276 to participate in the conversation. You can also sign up for the call by clicking here. The call will be carried live on all Edge Media Group radio stations and webstreams.
(Written by Audrey Lamb/WPKY)