Delivering Local Government Services During a Pandemic
The defining challenge that local governments have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, and one that they will continue to face for some time, is how to administer critical services in a manner that keeps both the public and government employees safe and healthy. While many services can be delivered via internet/ web-based applications, some residents do not have access in their homes, and others may prefer to interact face-to-face. Still others do not have access to transportation or must rely solely on public transit where it is available. As a result, there is an enduring need for areas inside government facilities where the public and staff can safely interact in person.
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This general approach should be feasible in most public facilities and will allow the continuation of critical services to the public while maximizing safety for all concerned.
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