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Norwich Town Clerk’s office temporarily closed due to COVID exposure

Staff report
Published: 9/27/2022 2:49:27 PM
Modified: 9/27/2022 2:48:35 PM

The Norwich Town Clerk’s office will be closed until at least Monday due to an office exposure to the novel coronavirus, according to Norwich town officials.

Town officials said the reopening date is currently uncertain, which will depend on when an employee is cleared to end quarantine, based on health and safety guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). 

The CDC recommends that an individual who tests positive for COVID should quarantine for five days after a confirmed infection, followed by the wearing of a well-fitted face mask for five additional days. 

Clerk services will be unavailable during the closure. 

The clerk’s office will only reopen on Monday if the infected employee tests negative for the virus, according to a clerk’s office employee, who did not wish to be named due to employee medical confidentiality. 

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