According to Kennebec Magazine, the Winslow Township office will be closed for the rest of the week after a significant exposure to COVID-19. According to reports, an urban employee was exposed to the coronavirus and was supposed to be tested on Monday morning. As a precaution, the office has been closed for the rest of the week.
According to town manager Erica LaCroix, “All meetings held on Zoom or other electronic platforms will proceed as scheduled. The town office will temporarily reopen on Monday, April 5, pending a negative test. If any employee tests positive, This time may be extended."
Close contacts with the employee have been notified. The story goes on to explain that the police station, fire station, park and recreation department are not affected by the closure because they operate outside of other buildings.
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