(Cleveland) - When Cleveland City Hall reopens for the first time after the start of the pandemic, the will be very strict security and health procedures.
Cleveland City Hall and other city government buildings in Cleveland will reopen to the public July 6th. Even though the State of Ohio no longer requires you to wear face masks and to social distance, private businesses and local governments still can. So, if you go to Cleveland City Hall, you'll still have to war a face mask, to social distance, and you can't go into the building without specific business there. You will not be allowed to wander around. To help prevent that, you'll be given a color-coded ID badge with your name, photo, and the office you need to visit. Those will be checked by security guards.
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