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June 5, 2020 - Kewaunee County Offices to Reopen to the Public

Jennifer Gonzalez
Public Information Officer, Kewaunee County
Office: (920) 388-0567
Email: gonzalez.jennifer@kewauneeco.org
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
June 5, 2020

 
 Kewaunee County Offices to Reopen to the Public
 
KEWAUNEE COUNTY, WI – Kewaunee County is reopening its offices to the public on June 8, 2020 at 8AM following a nearly three month closure due to COVID-19.
 
All visitors will be required to enter at the main entrance of each County building. When inside, members of the public will need to call the department that they wish to go to and a County employee will come to greet them. A phone for public use as well as a list of department extensions will be provided. Then, a County as well as administer a COVID-19 screening that includes a temperature check and symptom review. If approved, visitors will be asked to sanitize their hands and be escorted to and from the department that they are visiting. Mask wearing by County employees as well as the public is encouraged.
 
“As we continue to navigate unprecedented times, it is of utmost importance to keep County employees as well as the public as safe as possible from the spread of COVID-19 while reinstating our in-person County services,” said Scott Feldt, Kewaunee County Administrator. “Kewaunee County appreciates the understanding of this new normal as we work together to stop the spread of COVID-19.”
 
Committee meetings will also be back open for public attendance. Guests who wish to attend these meetings in person will too be required to enter at the main entrance of each County building where the meeting is hosted and undergo a COVID-19 screening. Again, mask wearing by all of those in attendance is encouraged.
 
Kewaunee County will continue to broadcast its meetings live to the public virtually on YouTube. The meetings can be seen via the County website, www.kewauneeco.org.
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