County clerks across Indiana were notified this week by the Indiana Election Division that voters cannot be required to be screened for COVID19 or forced to wear masks, use hand sanitizer, wash their hands or even respect social distancing guidelines when showing up to vote in person. The Boone County Courthouse is currently closed to the public. However, people who have business with the courts and all employees are being screened before entering the courthouse with a series of questions about exposure or symptoms of COVID-19. Voters will not be subjected to the screening. More details in the Lebanon Reporter.

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