Newport City Council will receive their weekly COVID-19 status update from City Manager Joe Nicholson on Tuesday, June 9th at 4:30 pm.
Update – Tom Shevlin, Communications Officer for the City of Newport, has notified What’s Up Newp that this update will take place next Tuesday and every other week moving forward.
As of Monday, June 8th, 1,862 Newport residents had been tested for COVID-19. 71 of those had tested positive.
The meeting will be held remotely and is open to the public by dialing 1-877-853-5247 or via Zoom. Meeting ID: 922 6938 0490
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