Starting Monday, people will be able to enter Prince George’s County, Maryland, government buildings for the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic set in.
In a news release, the county said that most county government agencies will resume normal operations effective Aug. 30.
That means some services will begin accepting walk-ins again; however, making appointments is still encouraged and required in some departments to access services.
Agencies that require appointments include the following:
- Department of Housing & Community Development;
- Department of Permitting, Inspections & Enforcement;
- Housing Authority;
- Office of Finance.
The indoor public mask mandate is still in effect at county buildings, so all employees and visitors will need to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status.
Those who do not wear a mask will be denied service.