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Coronavirus Tele-Town Halls

Experts share information about COVID-19 and how to protect yourself

Coronavirus: Answering Your Most Frequent Questions

Thursday, Aug. 6, at 1 p.m. ET

Call 855-274-9507 toll free to submit a question and listen to the live event here.

Our next live event will feature a panel of experts to address your most frequently asked coronavirus questions, as well as the latest information on a potential new stimulus package, unemployment benefits, protecting your health and caring for loved ones.

Meet the experts:

  • Jean Chatzky, President and CEO,
  • Oliver Tate Brooks, M.D., President, National Medical Association 
  • Warren P. Hebert Jr., DNP, Assistant Professor, Loyola University of New Orleans

For the latest coronavirus news and advice, go to

Replay previous AARP Coronavirus Tele-Town Halls

  • July 23 - Coronavirus: Navigating the New Normal
  • July 16 - The Health and Financial Security of Latinos
  • July 9 - Coronavirus: Your Most Frequently Asked Questions
  • June 18 and 20 - Strengthening Relationships Over Time and  LGBTQ Non-Discrimination Protections
  • June 11 – Coronavirus: Personal Resilience in the New Normal
  • May 21 – Coronavirus: Caring for Loved Ones in Care Facilities With Special Guests Susan Lucci and Jo Ann Jenkins
  • May 14 –  Coronavirus: Veterans & Staying at Home With Lifestyle Experts
  • May 7 – Coronavirus: Protecting Your Health & Bank Account and Managing Your Career, Business & Income
  • April 30 – Coronavirus: Caring for Parents, Kids & Grandkids
  • April 23 – Coronavirus: Supporting Loved Ones in Care Facilities and Disparate Impact on Communities
  • April 16 – Coronavirus: Telehealth
  • April 9 – Coronavirus: Coping and Maintaining Your Well-Being
  • April 2 – Coronavirus: Managing Your Money and Protecting Your Health
  • March 26 – Coronavirus: Protecting and Caring for Loved Ones
  • March 19  Coronavirus: Protect Your Health, Wealth and Loved Ones
  • March 10 – Coronavirus: Symptoms. How to Protect Yourself, and What It Means for Older Adults and Caregivers