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Douglasville, Georgia – The Douglas County Board of Commissioners approved the County Administrator’s plan to return all county employees to the workplace and re-open the courthouse and all administrative buildings to the public at Tuesday’s June 8th commission meeting. By a 5-0 vote, the Board adopted newly appointed County Administrator Sharon D. Subadan’s detailed and thorough return to work report.
“The Douglas County Board of Commissioners (BOC) will be re-opening the courthouse and all administrative buildings to the public effective Tuesday, July 6, 2021,” County Administrator Sharon D. Subadan stated. “The strict guidelines put in place was used in conjunction with the CDC rules for safety and sanitation and I’m convinced we will do all we can to protect our employees and citizens for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The anticipated return to work date for all Douglas County employees is Monday, June 14th accordance with the recommended three phases approach. County Administrator Subadan sent a letter of memorandum to county employees, Superior Court Judges, State Court Judges, Juvenile Court Judges, Magistrate Court Judges, Probate Court Judge, Constitutional Officers, District Attorney and the Public Defender of the Douglas County Courthouse Re-Opening Plan with specific safety guidelines including the wearing of face coverings if not vaccinated and temperature check process.
The return to work guidelines includes protocols and procedures on what steps should be done if employees test positive for COVID-19.
The full report is available online at www.celebratedouglascounty.com.
For more information, please contact Director of Communications and Community Relations Rick Martin at email@example.com..
2021 Douglas County Return To Work Guidelines: /DocumentCenter/View/4361