The Indiana Gazette will reopen the doors to the public starting Monday.
The newspaper offices, at 899 Water St. in Indiana, closed in mid-March due to restrictions put in place out of concerns for COVID-19.
Some restrictions remain in place, however. The company will not allow customers past the front desk without a previously scheduled appointment. Anyone who is not an employee will need to have their temperature taken and wear a mask. Employees at the front desk will take visitors’ temperatures. If visitors do not have a mask, a disposable mask will be provided. There will also be hand sanitizer available.
In addition, plexiglass has been installed at the front desk to help protect our employees and customers.
Our staff will continue to do their jobs — as they have throughout the coronavirus pandemic as essential employees — while maintaining social distancing.