FAYETTE COUNTY (KDKA) — Fayette County has announced it will operate on limited hours after multiple county employees have tested positive for Coronavirus.
The new rule will take effect tomorrow at 8 a.m.READ MORE: Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge Hospitalized After Stroke
Effective tomorrow, July 29, 2020, all Fayette County offices will begin operating on a restricted basis. The Courthouse will be closed to the general public, and the county court system will operate on a limited basis. These measures will remain in effect until August 13, 2020. pic.twitter.com/iJ91WVwzrk
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The Fayette County Courthouse will not be available to the general public and have restricted hours. Criminal Court Week for August has been canceled.
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Fayette County officials say that they are taking extra santiation measures in county offices. The restrictions will remain in place until August 13.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Firefighters Unveil Plaque Memorializing Their Fallen Brothers And Sisters
No criminal trials are scheduled for the month of August.