The City of Racine Response

How the City of Racine is responding:

 

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The City of Racine Public Health Department is coordinating with local health care providers to ensure proper testing and follow-up for possible COVID-19 cases. Any possible exposures will be communicated to individuals who may have been exposed.

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All Racine City Hall walk-in services, except for the Clerk’s Office, have been suspended. Visit www.cityofracine.org or call (262) 636-9101 for help with City Services.

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All public meetings are suspended until at least April 20, 2020.

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The Racine Public Library and all City of Racine Community Centers are closed to the public, but curbside library pickup is now available! Visit RacineLibrary.info for details.

“The City of Racine Public Health Department and Central Racine County Health Department and are closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic, caused by a new coronavirus that has been detected in nearly every country worldwide, including the United States. This is a rapidly evolving and dynamic situation. Local officials are working together and are committed to mitigating the impact for Racine County residents.”

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