The Davison County Commission is lifting restrictions at the courthouse. Chairwoman Brenda Bode says they’re opening all doors starting Wednesday morning. “We still have appointments available, a lot of times it’s more convenient for people,” said Bode. “But as we move and transition into a more normal schedule, we’ve decided…we will not have the doors closed into the offices and people can choose to come whenever they feel it’s comfortable for them.”
She says the county is still encouraging social-distancing. “I think that’s going to be a long-term thing,” Bode said. “We are going to have some tape and some signs and people can use them accordingly.”
Commissioners ordered limited access to the courthouse back in March at the on-set of the COVID-19 pandemic. The restrictions included doing business by appointment only and county staff working alternating shifts.