Providence City Hall Moving Back to Level II Coronavirus Restrictions, Limiting Occupancy

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

 

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Providence City Hall is expected to move back a phase starting next week. Photo: GoLocal

Providence City Hall is expected to move back a phase in coronavirus restrictions starting next week, limiting occupancy -- and staff that can work in the building. 

On Monday, the City Council received notification from the Administration regarding the plan to switch from the current Level III COVID-19 Building Operation to Level II.

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Changes in Providence

The move is expected to go into effect starting on Monday November 23.

The key changes for the council under Level II are as follows:

-Only staff who deliver in-person constituent services may physically report to work.

-Building occupancy changes from 66% to 33%.

Providence City Hall is expected to move back a phase in coronavirus restrictions starting next week, limiting occupancy -- and staff that can work in the building. 

On Monday, the City Council received notification from the Administration regarding the plan to switch from the current Level III COVID-19 Building Operation to Level II.

 
 

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