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IOWA CITY — For the first time in more than a year, Johnson County buildings will fully reopen to the public next week.
The county announced Thursday that county buildings will reopen June 1.
While county facilities will be open again, remote services still will be available via phone, email and online, the county announced. Drop boxes also will remain in place for those who need to drop off paperwork.
“Residents are encouraged to take advantage of these alternative service options,” the news release states.
The county’s mask mandate also has been lifted. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends those who are not fully vaccinated continue to use face coverings. Private businesses within the county still have the ability to implement mask mandates.
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