White River Now just received via press release that Izard County Judge Eric Smith is requesting all courthouse and annex employees and visitors temperatures to be screened beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, March 18.
“If you have a temperature of 99.6 or higher, you won’t be allowed inside. Sorry for any inconvenience. We are working to keep everyone safe, ” a portion of the notice stated.
The release also noted that most business may be conducted over the phone and provided a contact list for any offices patrons may need to contact.
Izard County Judge: (870) 368-4328
County Clerk: (870) 368-4316
Treasurer: (870) 368-4394
Assessor: (870) 368-7810
Collector: (870) 368-7247
Veterans Affairs: (870) 368-4717
Office of Emergency Management for Izard County: (870) 368-4113
The notice did not state how long this temperature screening policy would be in place.
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