City of Kingston
Sends City-wide Coronavirus Mailing
KINGSTON, NY – Mayor Noble and the Common
Council are pleased to announce that every household in the City of Kingston
will receive an informational flyer regarding Coronavirus. The 15,765-piece
mailing features information in English and Spanish about preventing the spread
of the virus, symptoms, and what to do if you think you may be infected.
Following guidelines set forth by the Ulster County Health Department, the City
is encouraging all residents to practice social distancing and to stay home and
away from others if you are ill.
“One of my biggest concerns in a time of
crisis is how to protect every person in this community,” said Mayor Noble.
“Though we are doing daily updates on Radio Kingston, sending out newsletters
regularly, and have utilized our Swift 911 call/text system to help spread
accurate information, we want to be sure that we reach every single
Noble continues, “I know this is a
challenging time for our community, but if we continue to help one another in
our time of need, we will get through this together. If anyone is struggling
and does not have the resources they need, please reach out to my office at
845-334-3902 or firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Questions about Coronavirus should be
directed to the Ulster County COVID-19 hotline: 845-443-8888.