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Case Announces Another District-Wide Live Tele-Talk Story Community Meeting Monday Evening on COVID-19

He will update Congress’ emergency measures and federal assistance to Hawai’i and answer questions

Washington, June 18, 2020

(Honolulu, HI) – Congressman Ed Case (HI-01) announced today he will host another open all-welcome Tele-Talk Story session on COVID-19 Monday evening, June 22. 

“My responsibilities as U.S. Congressman for Hawai’i during this severe crisis have been and continue to be to (1) contribute to the best possible path forward for our country, (2) assure that our Hawai’i’s own needs are fully met, and (3) assist with the needs of my constituents,” said Case. 

“As we continue to confront the COVID-19 crisis together, I need to stay in touch with all those I serve in Congress more than ever.”

Case will host his Live COVID-19 Tele-Talk Story Community Meeting this Monday, June 22nd, from 6:30 to 8:00PM.

He will be updating participants on the more than $7 billion that has come or will be coming to the State of Hawai‘i that Congress has provided for through several emergency measures including key provisions like assistance to our small businesses, direct payments and unemployment benefits.

Case will also update participants on his efforts to have the federal government work with states and localities to check passengers for COVID-19 before they board aircraft bound for Hawai‘i.

Those who call in will be able to ask questions and he will personally answer them.

To join the Talk Story, most constituents will receive a call from Case from 808-650-6688 between 6:15PM and 6:30PM Monday, and all who answer the call will just stay on the line to be connected.

Others can also call 855-274-9528 to be connected. 

Anyone can also join online during a livestream of the event on his web site at case.house.gov/live.

For more information on how to participate in Congressman Case’s Tele- Talk Story, call his Honolulu office at 808-650-6688.  For more information on COVID-19 and the office of Congressman Case, please go to case.house.gov.

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