East Providence city leaders met to discuss COVID-19

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EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I (WLNE) – City of East Providence leaders discussed the Governor’s and Department of Health’s press conference regarding coronavirus, and plan precautionary measures on Sunday.

According to a statement sent by the City of East Providence, the city has been in communication with The Department of Health and the Governor’s office, adhering to all guidelines provided by both offices.

Both the City of East Providence and the East Providence School Department are taking action to educate families, administrators and the entire community with precautionary steps.

The city leaders who met to discuss the precautionary steps were:

Mayor Bob DaSilva, Superintendent Katherine Crowley, Council President Robert Britto, Council Vice President Bob Rodericks, School Committee Chair Charles Tsonas, Dir. of Administration Napoleon Gonsalves, East Providence Fire Chief/EMA Dir. Glenn Quick, East Providence Fire Battalion Chief Michael Carey, and Capt. John Potvin, East Providence Police Capt. James Nelson and Dir. of School Facilities and Security Tony Feola.

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