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Wednesday, April 22 Update

imagesSonoma County has just activated what they are calling a “Warm Line” for people to talk through any anxiety or emotional distress during the pandemic. People can call ( 707) - 565 - 2652 seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Service in Spanish is available as well as interpretation for other languages.

At the other end of the line, counselors will offer support, guidance, and referrals.

Callers can also request a call be made to someone they are concerned about, which the county says will help to reach people who are isolated, lonely, and who may not reach out on their own.

In other news, at his daily briefing, Governor Gavin Newsom spoke about reopening hospitals to some non-emergency surgery.

Another big announcement from the governor – he’s organizing a cadre of 10,000 coronavirus contact tracers. This is a key component of the governor’s plan to reopen the state.

 

 

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