Coventry Restricting Use of Government Buildings Due to Coronavirus
COVENTRY, R.I. (AP) – Officials in Coventry, Rhode Island have announced that town government buildings will be closed or have restricted access as of Monday because of rising cases of coronavirus.
Officials said in the announcement that tax payments can be left in the white drop box outside of town hall. The library will be open, but with a ten person capacity limit and temperature screenings.
The public works office will be restricted to one person at a time in the vestibule to obtain dump passes, road opening permits and route slips.
The transfer station and drive-up food bank remain open, but the teen center is closed.