Walorski Announces Offices Shifting to Telework Due to Coronavirus
District and D.C. Staff Will Continue Working to Provide Constituent Services to 2nd District Hoosiers
MISHAWAKA, Ind. – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) today announced her staff in Indiana and Washington, D.C., are working remotely out of an abundance of caution regarding the potential spread of COVID-19.
“With our country facing an unprecedented crisis, all Americans must take action to slow the spread of coronavirus and keep our communities safe,” Congresswoman Walorski said. “In light of these circumstances, my staff in Indiana and our nation’s capital are currently working remotely. Hoosiers can rest assured we will be working for them each and every day – with a particular focus on ensuring constituent services continue uninterrupted – and our staff can be reached by phone and online during normal business hours. I will also continue working with state, local, and federal officials and my colleagues in Congress to ensure our public health authorities and health care providers have the resources and information they need and to provide economic relief to Hoosier workers, families, and small businesses.”
Congresswoman Walorski’s staff can be reached during normal business hours via phone at (574) 204-2645 or (202) 225-3915. Due to high call volume, Hoosiers are encouraged to send questions or comments about federal legislation via email at walorski.house.gov/email.
For assistance with a federal agency, please visit walorski.house.gov/help to submit a casework request.
For the latest information about COVID-19 and steps Hoosiers can take to slow the spread and stay healthy, please visit walorski.house.gov/coronavirus.
Walorski represents the 2nd Congressional District of Indiana, serving as a member of the House Ways and Means Committee.