First of all let me state that the priority at the moment is your health and the health of your family.
A few things to note:
I am asking you to cancel any local Labour Party meetings scheduled for the month of April.
I would ask, if possible you try and keep in contact perhaps by phone or email with local members who may be elderly and living alone.
Head office will remain open for the next week with very limited staff. This will be reviewed on a regular basis. I request that members desist from coming to head office and use email or phone for any queries.
I would appreciate if you spread this message to your local members.
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