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For Immediate Release
Sonoma County to Host Virtual Town Hall on Coronavirus in Spanish
Tune into local bilingual public radio station on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 from 5-6 p.m.
Santa Rosa,CA | March 12, 2020
Sonoma County will host a Spanish-language virtual town hall to share information about Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, from 5-6 p.m. on KBBF radio station, 89.1 FM.
Supervisor Gore (Sonoma County Board of Supervisors), Richard Diaz (Deputy Emergency Services Coordinator, Sonoma County Emergency Management) and Adriana Arrizon (Program Planning and Evaluation Services, Sonoma County Health Services) will present information and answer questions in this one-hour live news special, which will be broadcast in Spanish.
“We are making information accessible to people who may not want to go out to large social gatherings right now due to concerns of coronavirus spread,” said Board of Supervisors Chair Susan Gorin. “It’s important for our entire community to get information and have the opportunity to get their questions answered.”
Programming will air on 89.1 FM radio. The program will also stream live on kbbf.org. Community members are invited to submit questions prior to broadcast by calling and leaving a message at (707) 545-8833 or by posting a question on KBBF’s Facebook page.