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Public Q&A session on COVID-19

Members of the public have the chance to put their COVID-19 questions to a panel of Gloucestershire County Council leaders.

The Q&A session will take place on Thursday 7 May on Gloucestershire County Council's YouTube channel. 

It will feature Gloucestershire's director of public health Sarah Scott, Gloucestershire County Council leader Cllr Mark Hawthorne and the county council's chief executive Pete Bungard.

The session will start at 11.15am and will last for up to an hour. It will begin with a short presentation responding to the pre-submitted questions and following this, people will have the chance to ask further questions.

If you have a question you would like to put to the panel, it needs to be emailed to DemocraticServices@gloucestershire.gov.uk by 2pm on Tuesday 5 May. It can be about anything relating to coronavirus.

They will try to respond to as many as possible and the FAQs page on the county council website will be updated afterwards to answer any others the panel was unable to get to.

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