Attended an Emergency Called Meeting this PM to discuss what course of action needs to be taken in attempts to downplay and contain the Coronavirus attacking the U S.
Sheriff Brock noted his jail was on lock down and court has been cancelled until April. No visitors allowed.
Only small groups can enter the tag office to conduct business.
Probate Judge is still holding hearings.
Mr. Bell reported everything dealing with the Revenue Office can be accomplished on line.
Any charges arriving from late registration or other such issues will be waived until this virus is under control.
It has been recommended that crowds be held to groups of 10 or less people.
David Jackson announced he will be available. He also noted that he anticipates a delay in the runoff election.
Commissioner Andrews made a motion the court house be closed to normal business with the situation being revisited in approximately 2 weeks.
His motion failed due to a lack of a second however, there is another webinar meeting scheduled for Wednesday at 10:30. A meeting will be called directly behind the webinar meeting for further discussion and possible action.
I am including in this report additional information published by a variety of people.
EMA Director Johnny Brock:
Good morning, I hope this email finds you well. Conecuh County currently has zero confirmed cases of Covid-19, however, there are 22 confirmed cases within the State of Alabama.
Your local EMA office is working closely with its State and Local partners regarding this very serious situation.
Feel free to contact the EMA office at 251-578-1921 with questions or concerns.
If you are a First Responder and are in need of resources(Mask, Gloves etc.) please contact the EMA office. Please be aware that resources are very limited at this time.
Below is an update from ADPH regarding things we can do to minimize the spread of the disease.