City of Cornwall establishes COVID-19 info line

The Cornwall sign along Hwy. 2. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

CORNWALL — The City of Cornwall has created a phone line dedicated to aid during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a release today city officials say, “The City of Cornwall has opened a helpline for residents with concerns and requests for support.

The phone number is 613-933-6282 ext. 3129, and will be manned Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by bilingual staff. If the line is busy, residents may leave a voicemail, which will be returned.”

They urge people to, “circulate this information to your groups by email, phone, or on the closed doors of your building, it would be greatly appreciated.”

They want to be able to reach those who may not have the current COVID-19 information readily available. 

“It is our hope that this line will help us reach residents who don’t use any of the channels we’ve been using to communicate updates (www.cornwall.ca/coronavirus, social media, newspaper, and radio).”

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