City employees in Warren to work remotely unless they are absolutely needed at City Hall
Following Whitmer’s announcement, Warren Mayor Jim Fouts reactivated the city’s remote work plans. Whitmer hopes Michiganders ‘double down so we can avoid a stay-home order’Most employees will be working from home unless they are “absolutely needed” at City Hall. Most employees will be working from home and those that work inside will be required to wear a mask, social distance, and sanitize while in City Hall. City Hall will be closed to the public until further notice,” Fouts said in a statement. Warren City Hall will be closed to the public until further notice.
Warren City Hall closes amid spike in cases of COVID-19
WARREN, Mich. – The city of Warren shut down City Hall due to the amount of COVID-19 cases within the building. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts made the decision on Sunday night to close the building. The mayor considers City Hall a coronavirus hotspot. Between City Hall, the police department and the court at least 23 city employees have tested positive for COVID-19. A department head in City Hall, a usually otherwise health man in his 50′s is hospitalized.
Warren De La Salle goes high-tech to fight COVID-19
WARREN, Mich. The state of Michigan has left back-to-school plans up to each individual school or district. Warrens De La Salle Collegiate has had a team working all summer and consulting experts to come up with a 36-page plan. VIEW: Michigan school district return plans for 2020-21When the students return this week, its going to be a different experience. Before students enter the building theyll have to fill out several questions on an app and be wearing a mask. READ: Heres what Michigan school districts have planned for the fall amid the pandemicStudents have to keep their books and laptops in their backpacks all day.