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Causeway Coast & Glens Special Meeting : COVID-19

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A special meeting took place in Cloonavin earlier this evening focusing on emergency planning and business continuity.

A number of suggested actions were presented to elected members.

Members agreed a raft of proposals including maintaining critical functions such as waste collection and registration of births and burials.

Numerous facilities will close immediately including:

– Leisure centres (As of this morning)
– Tourist Information Centres
– Flowerfield and Roe Vally Arts Centre
– Museums
– Community Centres on a case by case basis
– Town halls (except for scheduled weddings)
– Some public toilets being closed
– Events programme kept under review
– Facilities will be used where possible to support government efforts to deal with the virus

Council meetings will reduce in frequency and some voting will take place via email.

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