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Avista will stop utility cut offs in Washington, Idaho and Oregon amid coronavirus concerns

Beginning Wednesday, March 18, all Avista offices will be closed to the public and those employees who can work from home will be required to do so.

SPOKANE, Wash. — Avist has stopped all utility disconnects in Washington, Idaho and Oregon amid the growing coronavirus concerns.

 Avista stated that there are currently no confirmed cases among their employees.

 However, out of concern for their employees and customers all Avista officers will be closed to the public beginning Wednesday March 18. 

Employees who can work from home will continue to do so. 

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