Question of the Week | Mar. 26

Will you be working from home now as this pandemic continues?

  • Mar. 20, 2020 1:00 p.m.


BACKGROUND:

The City of Terrace has officially announced that all of their offices and facilities are closed to the public as of March 16.

According to an update from Terrace mayor Carol Leclerc on the city website, members of the public are no longer permitted to access the buildings and facilities. Staff will continue to work as usual but can now only be contacted via phone, email or fax.

Buildings to close include city hall, the fire department’s administration office, the Sportsplex, the Terrace & District Aquatic Centre and the Public Works and Development Services facility.

Many businesses across the province are following advice from the premier and shutting their doors, leaving employees to work from home as a health precaution.

READ MORE: City of Terrace closes all buildings and facilities to public following COVID-19 pandemic spike

Will you be working from home now as this pandemic continues?

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