City of Clarkston closes public buildings in response to COVID-19

Clarkston City Hall. Photo by Dean Hesse.

Clarkston, GA — The city of Clarkston is closing all city buildings responding to a rise in cases of COVID-19.

“In order to protect city workers from the spread of COVID-19, all city of Clarkston public buildings will be closed to the public,” the city announced.

But the city will still be functioning, the announcement says.

“While physical access to city building facilities will be restricted to the public, we are open virtually and city services are still available Monday [through] Friday,” the announcement says. “The city remains staffed for safety and emergency services.”

Here’s the full announcement:

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