By Scott Johnson
HAMILTON – A year-and-a-half-old emergency declaration for the COVID-19 pandemic has officially ended in Marion County.
The Marion County Commissioners unanimously ended the local orders on Monday, June 21, formally acknowledging that emergency conditions declared in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 virus no long exist throughout the county.
Commission attorney Scott Hunt told the council that the county’s emergency orders technically end with the State of Alabama’s order.
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