Guilford Co. courthouses close, employees positive

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Greensboro and High Point Courthouses will close immediately after several employees tested positive for coronavirus. Buildings will be closed until June 22 for thorough cleaning and remediation, according to Justice John O. Craig III. Click the above video player for WXII 12 News headlines. All employees will stay at home and no one will be allowed inside the buildings. Guilford County Health Department is working to contact those who have approached people infected so they can be tested and quarantined, said Craig. “We regret this unfortunate event, but our main concern is the safety of the public and all staff at the courthouse,” said Craig.

The Greensboro and High Point courthouses will close immediately because several employees have tested positive for coronavirus.The buildings will be closed until June 22 for deep cleaning and remediation, according to judge John O. Craig III.

Click on the video player above for WXII 12 News headlines.

All employees will stay at home and no one will be allowed inside the buildings.

The Guilford County health department is working to contact people who have come close to the infected so they can be tested and quarantined, said Craig.

“We regret this unfortunate event, but our main concern is the safety of the public and all staff at the courthouse,” said Craig.

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