Masks are required for entry for all employees and visitors of City Hall and public buildings.
Pawtucket / Central Falls, R.I. - To get the word out to Pawtucket and Central Falls community members about the BEAT COVID-19 hotline, the initiative has released a public awareness video in English, Spanish, and Cape Verdean Creole. The video, produced by Steer Films, features Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien, Central Falls Mayor James Diossa, and State Representative Jean Philippe Barros explaining the resources available to community members by calling the BEAT COVID-19 hotline, 855-843-7620.
The BEAT COVID-19 initiative is a one-of-a-kind grassroots system to give people in both communities, who otherwise might not feel comfortable getting tested, access to a primary care doctor, testing, educational support on how to safely isolate, and resources to overcome hardships associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
Residents experiencing symptoms or in need of COVID-19 related assistance can call the BEAT COVID-19 hotline at 855-843-7620 or visit pawtucketri.com/COVID19 or centralfallsri.us/coronavirus.
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- Mayor Donald R. Grebien