Jefferson County Begins to Open for Businesses Still Closed by COVID-19 Restrictions

| June 5, 2020 @ 6:00 pm

By Ike Pigott

A Jefferson County Health Department order regarding public activities is set to expire at midnight, and will not be renewed. That means clubs, theaters and other businesses that have been closed because of coronavirus restrictions will have new options.

A statement released Friday morning by the Jefferson County Health Department explains the decision to allow the previous guidance to expire. However, businesses remain subject to guidelines still in effect across Alabama.

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