Clinton County Closes Public Buildings As COVID-19 Cases Rise
I'm starting to feel a sense of deja vu. As coronavirus infection rates rise, businesses are closing. Just like when the pandemic started.
Public buildings in Clinton are closing after the Clinton County Board of Supervisors met in an emergency session. According to KWQC, the county's 14 day positivity rate is 26.2% as of Wednesday.
The board met in emergency session and agreed to close county buildings to the public. The buildings will close Thursday, November12 at noon until further notice.
Appointments will still be taken for county business. Just a reminder, wear a mask, social distance and wash your hands as much as you can to help stop the spread of the virus.