Lincoln Town Hall fully open July 5

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Published July 2, 2021 at 2:09 pm

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After months of closure with residents only having access online or by appointment, Lincoln Town Hall will fully open to the public on July 5.

Likewise, the Lincoln Fire Department administrative office and Lincoln Public Library will also unlock the doors but with limited capacity.

Lincoln Mayor Sandra Easton acknowledged that it’s been a long time coming but noted “the collective efforts by everyone in Lincoln” to get vaccinated is finally paying off.

“It certainly hasn’t been easy for anyone and there have been tragedies, losses and challenges faced by everyone along the way,” she added.

The Town’s CAO Michael Kirkopoulos added that the efforts of Lincoln’s residents to follow COVID-19 protocols, most especially the emphasis on vaccinations “has been a crucial step in allowing us to get back on track with regular business and activities.”

“As we progress through the re-opening steps,” he continued, “we look forward to welcoming our community members back to our facilities safely and will continue to support our local business community through the transitions.”

While the province has surpassed Step Three vaccination targets, Ontario will remain in Step Two for a period of at least 21 days to allow the most recent vaccinations to reach their full effectiveness and to evaluate any impacts of moving to Step Two on key public health and health care indicators.

(Photo courtesy of Lincoln Twitter account)

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