Coronavirus Outbreak: Live Q&A Special Report - Tonight

News 12 Long Island will host a special Q & A on the coronavirus outbreak tonight at 7 p.m. both on air and on Facebook.

News 12 Staff

Mar 3, 2020, 6:48 PM

Updated 1,536 days ago

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Join News 12 Long Island as we host a special Q&A on the coronavirus outbreak.
How is this global health epidemic affecting life here in our communities and what can be done to keep ourselves healthy?
Call in or submit your questions on the News 12 Long Island Facebook page during the show.
It’s your chance to get information about the state of coronavirus in your neighborhood.
Watch News 12 Long Island Thursday at 7 p.m. or go to the News 12 Long Island Facebook page for a special digital-only Q&A session from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
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