Trinity County will be reopening its buildings on Monday, July 12.

In a brief announcement during Wednesday’s Board of Supervisors regular meeting, County Administrative Officer Richard Kuhns said that “On July 12 we will be reopening the county with reduced COVID restrictions.

“Public will be allowed all access to every county building,” Kuhns said.

He added that signage outside county buildings will state that masks are not needed for vaccinated individuals and should continue to be worn indoors by those who are unvaccinated.

The same will go for county employees in county buildings as well.

This will all be done on the honor system as people will only have to “self-attest,” Kuhns said.

This announcement is for county-operated buildings only.

Lastly, Kuhns added that the Zoom platform will continue to be offered for public commentary going forward for the Board of Supervisors meetings.

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