Hendricks County Health Department Asks the Public to Use the COVID-19 Concerns Line

HENDRICKS COUNTY, IN – The Hendricks County Health Department (HCHD) has set up a dedicated phone number to handle the public’s COVID-19 related questions and concerns in Hendricks County. The COVID-19 Concerns Line, 317-718-6018, is regularly checked by health department staff. Please dial this number to report mask violations, to ask questions concerning COVID-19, or to share any concerns related to schools or the pandemic in general.

In response to the overwhelming amount of calls coming into the health department’s main lines, Hendricks County’s COVID-19 Concerns Line is available for the public’s questions and concerns related to COVID-19. HCHD is asking the public to call this line for all of your questions or concerns related to COVID-19 in Hendricks County. Staff will regularly listen and respond to these calls throughout the day. If you would like a call back after leaving a message, please leave a name and contact information. Due to the volume of calls and other public health responsibilities of our department, please leave one voicemail regarding your concern.

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