Hancock County has been blessed in our journey with COVID-19, recognizing fewer cases and deaths than one would anticipate based on the numbers experienced in other parts of the state and country. As we move into the multi-stage opening process outlined by Governor Holcomb it will be important to remember some key points:
Given this, we must not lose our focus on the things that have worked so far:
All this said we are indeed happy that society, and the economy, will be re-opening over the next several months! We will be adapting our operations to the “new normal” by unwinding some of our COVID-related functions as possible and re-opening our traditional services when appropriate, keeping in mind that social distancing recommendations will continue to be followed in all cases.
Changes to COVID-related functions developed during the crisis:
Following is a tentative timeline for re-opening some of our traditional services, assuming it remains safe to do so at each stage:
Do your best, prepare for the worst – then trust God for the victory – Proverbs 21:31 (The Message translation)