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Goodhue County, Minn., is using an ultraviolet cleaning tower to keep COVID-19 out of its jail

Sarah Knieff at says it has been a year since Goodhue County, Minn., recorded its first COVID-19 case and the Adult Detention Center continues to make many changes to operate safely and effectively. Deputies and jailers are limiting foot traffic and have installed two new cleaning systems to decrease potential exposure. The Goodhue County Adult Detention Center is located inside the Law Enforcement Center. File photo“Our staff have truly done an amazing job adapting and taking the added precautions needed to keep everyone safe and limit exposures,” said Jeremy Lerfald, Goodhue County Sheriff’s Office chief deputy. The detention…
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