Tuckerton Borough Hall COVID Closure Ends Well


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Pat Johnson
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November 10, 2020
By Pat Johnson

Previous Tuesday Tuckerton Mayor Sue Marshall and four other borough workforce ended up informed they experienced been in shut quarters with one more borough worker who examined constructive for the coronavirus. All six experienced talked alongside one another several hours in advance of Monday night’s borough council conference. Marshall mentioned she and the four some others went to the borough health care provider’s immediate screening facility in Atlantic Metropolis that day and immediately found they all examined adverse.
The borough hall was shut to the public for a few days and was deep cleaned. It reopened on Monday.
“We did every little thing appropriately. We ended up notified. We took the appropriate safeguards. Everyone was examined and arrived back again damaging,” the mayor stated. Marshall also said there was no want for the community who attended the council assembly to get tested.  —P.J. 
 

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