Sen. Brooks’ Staff Still Working to Help Residents

(HARRISBURG) March 16, 2020—It is with regret but in the best interest of public health that Sen. Michele Brooks announces the closure of her district offices to walk-in traffic. However, staff members are still available to take phone calls and receive emails.

For further updates on COVID-19 mitigation efforts as conditions change, please call or email Sen. Brooks’ Greenville office at 724-588-8911, her Edinboro office at 814-734-2783, email mbrooks@pasen.gov, or go to her website at www.senatorbrooks.com and her Facebook page. 

As of March 16, the Governor ordered the closure of the Capitol Complex and all state offices in Dauphin County, but Sen. Brooks’ staff members are still working to connect citizens with help.

“The outbreak of the coronavirus and our state response efforts are constantly evolving,” Brooks said, “but we will do our best to keep you informed and meet your state-related needs.”

Brooks also encourages anyone with questions regarding COVID-19 to go to the Department of Health website at www.health.pa.gov, and to dial 2-1-1 for help with human services, such as food, housing, medical help, utilities, health care and counseling.

If you believe you were exposed to the coronavirus or are showing symptoms of fever, cough and shortness of breath, please call the hotline at 1-877-PA-HEALTH and also contact your family care physician.     

CONTACT:  Diane McNaughton

                       dmmcnaughton@pasen.gov