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Virtual Town Hall to address COVID-19 in Gwinnett County

County and state leaders set to answer questions Wednesday, April 15 at 6pm.

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. — On Wednesday, local leaders will address COVID-19's impact on Gwinnett County while answering questions concerning unemployment, education, and access to social services.

State Representative Sam Park, Gwinnett Board of Education Representative Everton Blair, and Gwinnett County Commissioner Ben Ku will be the featured speakers in the virtual town hall on April 15 at 6 PM.

During the town hall, the trio will be answering residents' questions as well as sharing important information about measures being taken in response to COVID-19 in Gwinnett County.

Due to time and technology constraints, organizers are asking all questions to be submitted ahead of time using this form. The town hall will be streamed on Facebook Live. You can also connect via phone, dial +1 301 715 8592 and enter the meeting ID number: 850 3056 0078. 

Credit: Gwinnett County

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