CLOVIS (KSMX)- According to a press release, beginning Monday, May 18, Curry County Offices will open their lobbies to the public.
As a result of the modified health orders, Curry County lobbies have been modified for COVID-19 safe practices, such as plexiglass being installed in the Assessor’s/Treasurer’s, and Administration officials and employees will be wiping down the door handles and other highly traveled surfaces throughout the day. Occupancy will be limited in the lobbies and maintain a minimum of six feet between employees and anyone who enters the lobby area. As this is a highly contagious virus, the County will continue to take the temperature of anyone who enters the building and face masks will be available, if needed.
Curry County will post for vacant positions, but a hiring freeze will stay in effect, with the exception of election workers, through the remainder of this fiscal year ending June 30.
The Curry County Detention Center will have all detainees transported to court wearing red detainee jumpsuits and will a mask. Once completed with court operations, the red jumpsuit will be sanitized and washed. All Detention staff and contractors have been tested for the COVID-19 Virus.
To date no detention staff, contractors or detainees have tested positive for COVID-19.