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City Hall closing to public

CLOVIS — City Hall in Clovis is closing to the public after an employee displayed symptoms of COVID-19, according to a city news release.

"While the employee did not have contact with members of the public, out of caution, City Hall will be closed" beginning Monday until further notice, the release stated.

Clovis Municipal Court will remain open.

Sunday marked the 17th consecutive day in which Curry County has recorded at least one new case of COVID-19. The county had 68 positive tests reported on June 11, but 142 on Sunday. Health officials are reporting 56 Curry County residents have recovered from the virus.

No Curry County residents have died from COVID-19. Eleven regional deaths have been attributed to coronavirus, including eight in Parmer County. Texas officials have said most of those deaths are connected to a nursing home in Friona.

City of Clovis officials said the public may still conduct city business while its doors are locked. According to the news release:

For the city manager’s office, call 575-763-9654

For assistance with online bill pay, call 575-763-9636

For assistance with emergency management, call 575-763-9485

For assistance with human resources call 575-763-9655

For more information, or for general questions, contact city administration at 575-769-7828, email [email protected], or visit the city website at