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13 Mar 2020

Sen. Hughes office available by phone, email “for good of the general public” to help curb coronavirus spread

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March 13, 2020 Category: Coronavirus, Health, Local Posted by:

To the constituents of the 7th Senatorial District and all other individuals wishing to visit our district office, our staff will be available to respond to issues by phone and by email. This decision is made in an attempt to contribute to the overall health of the broader public by limiting the potential spread of the coronavirus through inadvertent social contact.  

To contact members of our staff please call the office at 215-879-7777 or email us at [email protected]. Staff will be in place to respond to any of your issues. This policy will take effect at 9 a.m. Friday, March 13, 2020 and will continue until further notice


We apologize for any inconvenience that this action may cause, however given the rapid spread of a virus that has the potential to be fatal for certain populations, we think this is the most appropriate action and best course for the overall good of the general public. Eliminating the potential spread of the virus must be a major focus for EVERYONE. 

To get updates of official actions addressing the coronavirus please go to the following websites: and

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