April 28: COVID-19 testing and health questions?

Friday, May 1, 2020

A Message from Ling Ling Chang

Dear Neighbor,

I’m hosting a COVID-19 Virtual Town-Hall with health professionals this Wednesday, April 29 from 2PM-2:45PM and invite you to participate in our discussion about healthcare, testing, and hospital preparedness.  

Guest speakers will include:

  • Dr. Sajen Matthews, Chief Medical Officer at St Jude

  • Dr. Saahir Khan, Clinician-Scientist in Infectious Diseases, Novel Diagnostic and Vaccine Technologies

Please RSVP here to receive a call-in phone number and passcode, which will be sent the morning of April 29, and email questions you have for our guests to Senator.Chang@senate.ca.gov.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 714-671-9474 if we may be of assistance.

Ling Ling Chang
29th District

Reopening the Economy Under COVID-19

Public health is the top priority right now as millions of Americans continue to follow the state's stay-at-home order during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, we must simultaneously prioritize the reopening of our economy.

Please fill out this survey so I can hear from you directly! It is my job as your Senator to fight for you, so please share a brief example about your industry/business and I will ask the Governor to review your stories.

Calling K-6 Students: Superhero Drawing Contest

Deadline is Wednesday, April 29

If you're a K-6 student from Senate District 29, I invite you to participate in my COVID 19 Superhero Drawing Contest by creating a superhero to join in the fight against coronavirus. Thank you to our real life heroes who fight every day to keep us safe - you are our inspiration!

Submit your drawing by email to Carolina.Garcia@sen.ca.gov.

Contest Rules:

  • 1 entry per student

  • Drawing must be superhero related

  • Must be hand drawn with no stencils, templates, etc.

  • Child has the choice of drawing or painting with pencil, pens, markers, colored pencils, crayons, or craft paints.

  • Please include the student’s name, school, grade and parent contact information in the submission email.

  • All submissions must be hand-drawn, original pieces. We will not accept artwork that uses other artists images in any way.

  • The submission deadline is Wednesday, April 29

  • A panel of judges will review and select the first, second, and third place winners

  • Winners will be announced on Friday, May 1 and receive a special prize.