FLORENCE COUNTY, SC (WBTW) – Florence County will move to modified operations and a state of emergency amid the coronavirus pandemic, county officials said in a release.
Starting at noon on Thursday, access by the public to county buildings, facilities and offices will be restricted. This restriction will continue “until public health officials have determined the threat to the public posed by COVID-19 has passed.”
Florence County Council unanimously declared a state of emergency during a meeting Thursday morning.
The county also says the changes in the following document will be implemented:
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