Douglas County’s Unified Command leadership has agreed to adopt Gov. Laura Kelly’s current Phase 2 in a local health order to keep continuity in the local Smart and Safe: Reopening Douglas County plan.
“This gives people of Douglas County the message that we’re going to stick with the current public health measures to guard against the spread of COVID-19 as part of a phased reopening, and we think it’s a good plan that is working in our area,” said Douglas County Health Officer Dr. Thomas Marcellino, who issued the local health order that takes effect at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, May 27.
The governor’s decision on May 26 returned health order decisions to the local level. Click here to read the full press release.
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For those whose income has been negatively affected by COVID, and have mortgages to pay through Truity Credit Union, options are available to assist you during this time, as described below. For those who have mortgages through other lenders, similar federal loan protection is available by contacting your lender.
The first step to take, for the bank to assess the situation and offer appropriate assistance, is to contact Truity either by phone at 1-800-897-6991 to speak with a mortgage specialist, or to visit Truity’s website at https://www.truitycu.org/ to fill out the online form to describe individual or family circumstances.
Questions can be asked over the phone or emailed to: CommercialLendingDepartment@TruityCU.org.