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Pennsylvania has an important deadline coming up soon for its June 2 primary and Senator Hughes wants to make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to vote by mail in the upcoming election. It’s simple, safe and secure.
Visit votespa.com or call 877-VOTESPA to apply.
Election officials must receive registered voters’ applications to vote by mail by 5 p.m. May 26. That means there are only a few days left to get this done.
All of Pennsylvania will likely still at the very least be in the yellow phase, with southeastern Pennsylvania under red restrictions, so voting by mail is absolutely necessary if we want to help limit the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.
Philadelphia residents can call Commissioner Lisa Deeley at 215-686-3460 or commissioner Omar Sabir at 215-686-3462 and they will send a vote by mail application with return postage. Return that application before 5 p.m. May 26 to receive your mail-in ballot for the primary election. If you have questions regarding absentee voting, please contact Sarah Piening at the Election Board office (610-278-3275). We need everyone in the Philadelphia, Montgomery County and the southeast Pennsylvania region to get to the polls and make their voices heard.
Stay up to date with the latest information on the pandemic at senatorhughes.com/coronavirus. Please do your part to help stop the spread of the virus. Stay safe, stay at home, and don’t forget to wash your hands!
Here is guide issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, helping provide clear guidance and direction in response to coronavirus COVID-19. The residents of Philadelphia and its suburbs have been ordered to remain at home as to help prevent spread of coronavirus, find out what that means for you.
Here are some reminders about preventing spread of the disease:
Best practices to plan, prepare for and respond to the coronavirus COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
What are the symptoms of coronavirus?
Symptoms of the COVID-19 can include:
- Shortness of breath
The symptoms may appear in as few as two days or as long as 14 days after exposure. Reported illnesses have ranged from people with little to no symptoms to people being severely ill and dying.
What to do if you think you have coronavirus COVID-19, according to the CDC:
- Stay home except to get medical care
- Separate yourself from other people and animals in your home
- Call ahead before visiting your doctor
- Wear a facemask if you are sick
- Cover your coughs and sneezes
- Clean your hands often
- Avoid sharing personal household items
- Clean all “high-touch” surfaces everyday
For more details on what to do prevent coronavirus COVID-19 spread, visit the CDCs full list of recommendations.