October 24, 2020
Business News

Kilkenny under lockdown: Council moves services online, museums and galleries close

Kilkenny County Council has urged members of the public to avail of their services online as the county enters its first day under the new Level 3 lockdown restrictions.

The local authority has urged customers to contact them via phone or email over the coming weeks as the restrictions remains in place.

The leader of Kilkenny County Council, Cllr Andrew McGuinness, urged everyone to observe the new guidelines to “ensure that you and your loved ones are kept safe”.

Cllr McGuinness added: “In our fight to reduce the spread of the virus we must be vigilant by limiting our contacts, remaining in our county, wearing face coverings and observing hand hygiene guidelines. By working together we can play our part in keeping our County safe and open for business and leisure.”

The Library Service will continue its “Contact & Collect” services across all branches from today. Access to the full suite of online services as well as online programming will also be available, while the “Door to Door” service to the over 70s will continue to operate across the county.

Museums and calleries will remain closed until further notice.

All of the Kilkenny County Council’s contact details are listed on its website, http://www.kilkennycoco.ie

People canal receive regular updates by on the local authority’s social media platforms:
Facebook:  @kilkennycoco
Twitter:  @kilkennynotices

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