Posted on March 1, 2021
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Zack Tyndall, Mayor
(Monday, March 1, 2021) – Berlin, Md. – Following increased cases of COVID-19 in November of 2020, Mayor Zack Tyndall and the Town Council decided to reimplement modified work schedules and close Town buildings to the public. Mayor Tyndall announced that his administration would closely monitor State and County COVID-19 data. He also stated that Town employees would return to regular work schedules once the positivity rate dropped below 5.00% for seven consecutive days.
The State and County positivity rate has crossed below the 5.00% threshold for more than seven consecutive days. Therefore, all Town employees will return to regular work schedules starting Monday, March 1, 2021. Town buildings will re-open to the public on Monday, March 8, 2021 pending State and County positivity rates. Employees and visitors must follow CDC and Maryland Department of Health recommendations of social distancing, regular hand washing, and wear a mask.