The clerk’s workplace within the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse is closed after an worker examined optimistic for COVID-19, and it’s unclear when it’s going to reopen.
The affected worker didn’t really feel properly at work on Monday and went to get examined for the brand new coronavirus, stated Rob McCallum, spokesman for the Colorado Judicial Division. The opposite two folks working within the clerk’s workplace have been despatched house to quarantine after the primary worker examined optimistic, he stated.
The workplace will probably be closed for cleansing, and till they will reshuffle sufficient employees to function it, McCallum stated. Many staff are working from house, and others have been misplaced to layoffs, he stated. Trials and different hearings is not going to be affected.
“We’re on a skeleton crew proper now,” McCallum stated. “As quickly as we are able to safely get that workplace open, we’ll.”
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Individuals who want to go to a clerk’s workplace in particular person can go to room 256 within the Denver Metropolis and County Constructing whereas the Lindsey-Flanigan courthouse workplace is cleaned and disinfected.
The affected worker interacted with 10 to 15 members of the general public on Monday, however wore a masks throughout all interactions and was separated from clients by plexiglass, McCallum stated. Anybody who was near that worker for 15 minutes or longer has been notified.
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