LANSING, Mich. — Senate Majority Whip Peter J. Lucido on Friday announced that on Wednesday, April 22 he will host a second tele-town hall to answer questions from Macomb County residents on the governor’s executive orders and on the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Lucido hosted a tele-town hall on the topic on Wednesday that was very well received.
“We had over 7,000 enlisted engagements during our first COVID-19 tele-town hall,” said Lucido, R-Shelby Township. “I appreciated the participation of so many Macomb County residents and felt it would be beneficial to hold another event to allow more residents to ask questions and get answers. I am grateful that we will again be joined by Dr. Nasir Husain, M.D., who is chief of infectious disease at Henry Ford Hospital – Macomb, to provide answers about the virus itself.”
Lucido encouraged residents to submit their questions in advance by emailing them to [email protected], so that he and the doctor can provide as many answers as possible during the one-hour conversation. They will also take questions over the phone.
Anyone who missed Wednesday’s tele-town hall can listen to it on the senator’s website at SenatorPeteLucido.com, under the COVID-19 Resources section.
Details about the upcoming tele-town hall are as follows:
Senate Majority Whip Peter J. Lucido, R-Shelby Township
Henry Ford Macomb Hospital Chief of Infectious Disease Dr. Nasir Husain, M.D.
A conversation on public policy, executive orders, medicine and public health relating to COVID-19 in Michigan.
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
By phone. Call-in number is 855-756-7520, extension 59360#.
Brief: Sen. Lucido will field questions related to public policy and Dr. Husain will take questions related to the disease itself.