Coronavirus Update: Frequently Asked Questions
Representative Robert Aderholt (AL-04) today announced changes to the 2020 Congressional Art Competition. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, which has resulted in all schools being closed, this year’s art competition has been modified for the safety of our students, teachers and special guests who normally attend.
Our country is going through the worst public health crisis since the flu pandemic of 1918. The Coronavirus impact is unprecedented, and as we navigate these unchartered waters it’s critical that serious, thoughtful solutions are put forward. That is why I voted in favor of the Phase 3 stimulus package today, known as the CARES Act.
The CDC has a website where you can get answers to frequently asked questions. Below is the link:
Below are more details about the Families First Coronavirus Bill the House and Senate have now both passed.
As I have said from the beginning of the current Coronavirus outbreak, it's best to be prepared, rather than to panic. Panic solves nothing. In that spirit, below you will find some links we believe will be helpful in not only helping you stay prepared, but informed on the latest information both nationally and in Alabama.
General Covid-19 Information
Since first being elected to Congress, one of the greatest joys for me has been to personally give tours of the Capitol Building to the hundreds of people who visit our office each year.
Like most places today, the Coronavirus is dominating a lot of the talk on Capitol Hill. As it has become clear that China's efforts to contain the virus have failed, and there have now been deaths in the U.S., concern has grown about a possible outbreak here at home. We've seen that concern directly with what has happened on Wall Street with the markets.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today Congressman Robert Aderholt (AL-04) released a statement calling for entries in the 2020 4th District Art Competition.
“I completely agree with President Trump that the State of the Union is stronger than ever before. The President put in front of the American people how much better off we are today than we were even three years ago.