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Health Resources (COVID-19)

Some key considerations from the CDC include:

  • Prepare for a possible increase in the number of employee absences due to personal or family member illness
  • Explore establishing policies that increases the physical distance between employees such as flexible worksites and work hours
  • Cross-train employees on essential functions in case of employee absences
  • Assess your essential functions and reliance on others – be prepared to change your business practices if needed to maintain critical operations

Please encourage your employees to implement best health practices, including:

  • Good handwashing (soap and water for at least 20 seconds)
  • Covering your cough and avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Regular use of tissues and hand sanitizer
  • Stay home if you or a family member is sick
  • Sanitize commonly touched surfaces and objects regularly



About the Coronavirus Disease 2019
Confirmed Cases in the U.S.
World Health Organization Video Explainer
CDC: Frequently Asked Questions


What You Need to Know
What to do if You are Sick
Stop the Spread of Germs
Symptoms of Coronavirus

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