The Bronx, NY – Today, Congressman José E. Serrano released the following statement on the Census Bureau’s proposal to adjust and delay 2020 Census operations in response to the coronavirus pandemic:
Washington, DC –Congressman José E. Serrano, Chairman of the Commerce, Justice, Science Appropriations Subcommittee, sent a letter the Director of the United States Mashals Service (USMS) inquiring about the agency’s efforts and plans to protect its employees and detainees from the coronavirus pandemic.
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NEW YORK, NY – Rep. Serrano joined Rep.
Appropriations CJS Subcommittee Chairman Helped Secured Funding for Critical Programs and Initiatives
Washington, DC – Today, Congressman José E. Serrano led a bipartisan letter to House and Senate Leadership urging them to take into consideration the needs of all American citizens, including those living in the U.S. territories, as they craft the third economic stimulus package to address the economic and social impact of COVID-19.
As a precaution to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect my constituents and staff, both my Washington, DC and Bronx, NY offices will be teleworking. While my physical offices are closed, our phone lines will remain open and my team will still be working and available to help you.
NEW YORK CITY – As New York City seeks to drastically increase hospital capacity and beds to address the growing threat of coronavirus (COVID-19), New York Congressmembers Max Rose, José E.
This week, Mayor de Blasio declared a State of Emergency for New York City in response to the coronavirus pandemic. In these worrisome and likely stressful times, I want to urge you to remain calm and to share some basic hygiene and preventive measures you should take to help prevent the spread of the virus and help keep infection numbers low: