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Residents isolated by shutdown get calls from St. Petersburg’s mayor

Mayor Rick Kriseman held a news conference on Wednesday afternoon, March 25, 2020 to say he would not issue a citywide "safer-at-home" order, and would instead rely on the order passed by the Pinellas County Commission on Wednesday morning.
Mayor Rick Kriseman held a news conference on Wednesday afternoon, March 25, 2020 to say he would not issue a citywide "safer-at-home" order, and would instead rely on the order passed by the Pinellas County Commission on Wednesday morning. [ BOYZELL HOSEY | Times ]
Published Apr. 21, 2020

ST. PETERSBURG — City officials, including Mayor Rick Kriseman, want to give a boost to residents feeling isolated by the coronavirus shutdown. Kriseman, Deputy Mayor Kanika Tomalin and Police Chief Anthony Holloway will call residents who request it, especially seniors living alone.

Residents who “need some sunshine” added to their day, or know of someone who could use such a call, can fill out a form by going to https://form.jotform.com/201003254976046. Those without internet access should call the Mayor’s Action Line at (727) 893-7111 for assistance.

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