The Carver County Board of Commissioners voted to open additional services during the county’s amended Phase I reopening plan during the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to a press release, while most county facilities remain closed and services available either virtually or by appointment only, the board allowed some services to resume with safety conditions in place.
SWnewsmedia reports it comes, in part, in response to Gov. Tim Walz allowing the Stay-at-Home declaration to expire. He replaced it with a “Stay Safe, Minnesota” plan that allows additional businesses to open and small group gatherings.
Additional Carver County services are set to resume Wednesday, June 3.
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