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Payette County Require Face Coverings Of Employees & Public Inside County Building

From The Office Of The Payette County Sheriff

Payette County has had a large increase in COVID-19 cases over the last three weeks. Payette County had 33 new positive COVID-19 cases confirmed over the weekend. In addition to the increased cases, Payette County has also had COVID-19 concerns with our employees and the inmates in our jail detention facility. In response to the ever changing COVID-19 response, the Payette County Board of County Commissioners have passed the following policy and restrictions for employees and the public who access any county owned buildings.
Working in conjunction with Southwest District Health, Payette County will require face coverings to be used by employees and members of the public when inside of a county owned building. The face coverings can be a commercially made face mask or a reusable cloth face covering. Signs will be posted in county buildings and at all entrances to notify anyone entering the building of the current requirements. Members of the public coming to any county buildings should be prepared to wear a mask while conducting business inside of any county buildings.
Due to the high number of daily cases, employees and members of the public will need to wear a face covering while inside county buildings starting on July 14, 2020. The face covering requirements will be based on our current risk level in Payette County. Payette County will work with Southwest District Health to determine the current risk level and make any changes to the face covering requirements.
The Payette County Board of County Commissioners want to ensure the public that they do not intend on requiring the general public to wear face coverings outside of county buildings; however, requiring face coverings in county buildings will allow for governmental services to continue with the increased risk of COVID 19 in our communities. The health and safety of the citizens and employees of Payette County are a high priority to the Board of County Commissioners.

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