Coronavirus Updates

Message from Congressman Rogers

As we adjust to the rapid changes taking place across Kentucky and around the world in response to the new coronavirus, I want to assure you that I am keeping your safety and best interests at heart as I continue to advocate for you, your family, and our neighbors in Southern and Eastern Kentucky. 

My Kentucky District Offices in Somerset, Hazard and Prestonsburg remain open to the public. However, with growing restrictions in place, individuals living in Kentucky's Fifth Congressional District can also contact my office toll-free at 1-800-632-8588. 

Click here to sign-up for my e-newletter and receive updates directly to your email. 

Visiting Washington, DC

The U.S. Capitol Sergeant-at-Arms temporarily suspended all non-official business visitors to the U.S. Capitol complex, effective March 12 through April 1, 2020.

Click here for an updated list of scheduled closures for popular tourist sites in the DC area. 

Federal Response

On March 13, 2020, President Donald J. Trump declared a national emergency concerning the novel coronavirus. Click here to read his proclamation. 

For the latest information regarding COVID-19, please visit coronavirus.gov

Click the links below to read about Congressman Rogers' support of emergency COVID-19 legislation thus far:

CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES 

Federal Legislation 

Stay Healthy in Southeastern Ky 

Rebate Checks 

Unemployment 

Small Business Assistance 

Veterans Assistance 

Student Assistance 

Traveling

Federal Corrections 

Volunteer 

Rumor Control 

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