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PLYMOUTH COUNTY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY RESUMES PUBLIC VISITS JULY 1, 2021

“The safety of the men in our custody and the staff that care for them was our top priority during the pandemic. This has been an extremely difficult time for loved ones who were not able to come for visits. The difficult decision to restrict people from coming into the building was made with the guidance of Department of Public Health. With the Governor’s lifting of the State of Emergency we have cautiously begun to resume pre-pandemic operations and resumed visitation on July 1st. We thank everyone for their patience and support.” Sheriff Joseph D. McDonald, Jr. said.
 

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