Trempealeau County Courthouse Notice - Face Coverings

Notice – Face Coverings

Health Department Letter Head

 

PRESS RELEASE

Date of Notice: July 1, 2020
For More Information Contact: Kaila Baer, Public Information Officer,
Trempealeau County Health Department
 
In response to the increased number of people testing positive for COVID-19 in Trempealeau County, all visitors to the Trempealeau County Courthouse, Highway Department, and ADRC facilities will be required to wear a CDC-recommended face covering prior to be allowed entrance.
 

CDC recommendations: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/diy-cloth-face-coverings.html

This requirement goes into effect Monday, June 29 and will remain in place until further notice.

In addition to wearing face coverings, visitors are asked to observe physical distancing of at least six feet, and to limit the number of people in your party to only those whose presence is necessary for you to conduct business.

If you need to conduct business with a county agency or department, call that department first to determine if you can conduct your business over the phone or other remote means. Please consider mailing your taxes to reduce the number of people coming into the courthouse. 

Trempealeau County takes seriously the measures recommended by the CDC to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus and relies on the science behind these recommendations. This is a contagious disease and our county, like many other rural areas in America, are now starting to see an increased number of people testing positive. For the continuity of our government processes, our county employees must remain healthy to do their jobs. As a community, we need to do our part by minimizing their exposure to the virus.

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