As businesses across the state begin to reopen, local and state officials are still urging residents to wear masks and practice social distancing while out in public.

To help provide face coverings to residents, the Williamson County Health Department announced it will begin distributing free cloth masks at the Williamson County Agricultural Center. Residents can also receive a test for COVID-19 at no cost.

“Anyone with health concerns, or who has concerns about the health of a family member, is invited to come to the Williamson County Ag Center to receive testing for COVID-19 or to receive a State distributed cloth mask,” WCHD Director Cathy Montgomery said in a release. “Masks and tests will be provided at no cost, and those who come to the Agricultural Center may remain in their vehicles throughout the process.”

The masks are provided through a state partnership with Cleveland-Tennessee based Refro Corp., which will provide more than 5 million masks to residents statewide.

Masks can be picked up at 4215 Long Lane, Franklin, on Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. No appointment is necessary, according to the WCHD.