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A Scranton news station has a hotline where people call in with random comments and then it airs them.This week in TikTok: How does TikTok know I have ADHD?|Rebecca Jennings|February 9, 2021|Vox
The recommended method is to visit a local hospital website or call a hotline.People are fed up with broken vaccine appointment tools — so they’re building their own|Tanya Basu|February 1, 2021|MIT Technology Review
For people without computers, some local health authorities are offering phone hotlines to schedule vaccine appointments.A big hurdle for older Americans trying to get vaccinated: Using the internet|Rebecca Heilweil|January 27, 2021|Vox
Eligible residents must log on to a city website or call a hotline to reserve an appointment — and all available spots are generally snagged within minutes.As D.C. region sets record for coronavirus deaths, Hogan expands vaccine access in Maryland|Erin Cox, Julie Zauzmer, Meagan Flynn|January 26, 2021|Washington Post
When the pandemic closed schools in the spring, the district set up a hotline for students, teachers and parents who were having trouble at home and needed help.Partly hidden by isolation, many of the nation’s schoolchildren struggle with mental health|Donna St. George, Valerie Strauss|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
Every shift at LLGS, a counseling hotline which celebrated its 40th birthday earlier this year, was three hours long.
Hotline shows you something very moving about watching a teacher patiently explaining a math problem down the phone.
The web page for that episode does include a link to a suicide hotline number.The Mommy Blogger Who Tried to Kill Her Autistic Daughter Talks to Dr. Phil|Elizabeth Picciuto|October 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Roberta Valente, a consultant who works with the Hotline, said laws are struggling to keep up with the changing digital landscape.Digital Harassment Is the New Means of Domestic Abuse|Keli Goff|February 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His hotline settles the question about where shame belongs in religious communities.
British Dictionary definitions for hotline
Idioms and Phrases with hotline
A telephone line that gives quick and direct access to a source of information or help. For example, Our state has an AIDS hot line in every county. This term was originally (and is still) used for a direct link between heads of government for use during a crisis, but was quickly extended to wider applications. [1950s]