Romney Announces Resource to Keep Utahns Informed on Coronavirus

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WASHINGTON—U.S. Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) today announced the launch of a new webpage designed to keep Utahns informed during the coronavirus pandemic. The webpage, which serves as a reference guide for information from federal agencies, as well as state and local authorities, includes guidance for seniors and at-risk individuals, veterans, families and small businesses. The page will be updated regularly with information about the Senator’s efforts and the latest steps taken by the Administration to respond to the pandemic.

“This webpage will serve as a reference guide on topics ranging from COVID-19 prevention tips to available resources for impacted small businesses. My hope is that this page will provide much-needed information to those who may be having difficulty navigating our federal bureaucracy,” Senator Romney said. “My team is continuing to work around the clock to help Utahns in need, and I’ll keep up my efforts to ensure Congress delivers economic relief to Utah families, workers, and small businesses as quickly as possible.”

Senator Romney’s new coronavirus resource webpage can be found here. Utahns who need assistance are encouraged to contact our office at (801) 524-4380.