(HARRISBURG) February 25, 2021—Senator Michele Brooks will hold a tele-town hall event on the progress made on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout at 4 p.m. on Monday, March 1. Joining Sen. Brooks to answer constituents’ questions will be Pennsylvania’s Acting Secretary of Health Alison Beam, along with other local health representatives.
“I invite everyone to take part in my tele-town hall so that residents can ask questions of those working to expedite the vaccine rollout. The panel and I welcome your participation from the convenience of your own home,” said Sen. Brooks. “Those involved in the rollout will be able to give you the most factual, up-to-date and relevant information available.”
Experts participating in the tele-town hall along with Sen. Brooks are:
- PA Department of Health Acting Secretary Alison Beam,
- Philip Pandolph, President & CEO of Meadville Medical Center,
- Dr. George Garrow, Chief Medical Officer for Primary Health Network, and
- Joan Bradbury, Executive Director, Senate Health and Human Services Committee
Those interested in participating in the call are asked to visit the tele-town hall page on Sen. Brooks’ website to register, www.senatorbrooks.com/access-live. Residents and those who have registered will receive an automated call just before the event begins.
For further updates on the COVID-19 vaccine and the state’s mitigation efforts, please call Sen. Brooks at 1-800-457-2040, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, visit her website at www.senatorbrooks.com, or stop by her Facebook page at “Senator Michele Brooks.”