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Warren County COVID-19 resolution expires, courthouse has new guidelines



Plexiglass barriers have been put up at Warren County Courthouse offices that serve the public on a regular basis. (Photo by Thomas Parker)

The Warren County Board of Supervisors allowed its COVID-19 resolution to expire at noon Monday without further action. Access to county offices inside the courthouse will still have some caveats, however.

Access to the offices will still be only through the rear doors adjacent to the main parking area. Sheriff’s deputies will only allow entry to people with masks on, or they will provide a disposable mask to entrants. Entrance to individual offices will be controlled to comply with social distancing guidelines.

Plexiglas has been installed in the areas with public contact. Tape markings are being installed to indicate where people are requested to stand.

Sanitation procedures have been increased to accommodate increased cleaning of common areas and restrooms throughout the workday.

These procedures will be tweaked as needed to be more accommodating to the public. Supervisors are expected to make similar changes at other county facilities within the next few days.

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