Due to the State of Emergency in the United States and North Carolina as well as Caswell County, a number of changes are in place until further notice due to the COVID-19 coronavirus.
It was announced Friday that the Richmond-Miles History Museum in Yanceyville will close until further notice to the public. Gunn Memorial Public Library and the Caswell County Senior Center closed when the State of Emergency was declared in Caswell County on March 16.
A number of restaurants staying open at this time are only offering drive-thru services with many other businesses making changes in their services or hours.
Caswell County government offices have also implemented some restrictions including:
*individuals will only be allowed to enter the county offices if they have an appointment
*before visiting a Caswell County Department in person, individuals should call the desired department to determine if alternative service options are available or to schedule an appointment. A department directory can be found on the county website at www.caswellcountync.gov
*citizens should use any online services
*if you need to make a payment, please contact the department associated with the payment for procedures.
In addition, the county asks that residents having symptoms such as fever, coughing, or difficulty breathing; having been in the affected area for 14 days; or have had close contact with either a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19; refrain from entering county facilities at this time.
Caswell County Parks and Recreation activities and events have been canceled until April 6.
Senior Services have been suspended until further notice other than Home Delivered Meals and a modified delivered Congregate Meals program.