Covid case forces closure of Kanawha County circuit clerk’s office

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Kanawha County Circuit Clerk’s Office will be closed until Friday after an office worker tested positive for COVID-19.

Kanawha County Circuit Judge Charles King entered an order Sunday night that says the office will be closed through business hours Thursday.

The employee who tested positive last worked July 2. The court was notified Sunday of the positive test.

Those who have had contact have been notified and urged to self-quarantine. Those who had direct contact are being offered testing.

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