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MCDONOUGH — The Henry County government will remain closed and telework will continue due to the coronavirus.

All county facilities, with the exception of the courts, will remain closed to the public through March 27, according to Public Information Director Melissa Robinson.

County Manager Cheri Hobson-Matthews said the “Henry County government will continue to take the necessary steps to eliminate unnecessary public risk and the decision to close it out of an abundance of caution for the health of our employees and community.”

With nearly the entire county shuttered, public safety agencies are continuing with their regular work schedule. Senior services is delivering Meals on Wheels and is providing drive-up lunch services for seniors at Bear Creek, Heritage Park and Hidden Valley senior centers. Henry County Transit has suspended services but continues to transport critically ill patients.

Robinson said citizens are encouraged to use the See Click Fix app to report issues or concerns.

For the latest information and updates during this fluid situation, visit www.henrycounty-ga.com.

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