Alamance County Government and the Alamance County Court System will
implement basic COVID-19 health screenings for all visitors entering any Alamance courthouse facility beginning Monday, August 10 at 8:00 a.m.

Entry screening is one additional public health measure that Alamance County Government can use to help protect visitors and staff from spreading the novel coronavirus. Along with answering basic health screening questions, visitors will have their temperatures taken and will be given a mask (if needed) upon entering the Historic Courthouse (1 SE Court Square, Graham, NC), Alamance Civil Courts (124 W Elm St, Graham, NC), and the J.B. Allen Courthouse (212 W Elm St, Graham, NC). All visitors are also asked to observe social distancing by keeping at least six feet between themselves and others.

Utilizing guidance received from our local public health department, Alamance County Government and the Alamance County Judicial System will continue to take proactive preparedness precautions in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Please visit to view the screening questions.

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