The following are the District’s Guidelines for employees (also referred to as Critical Infrastructure Workers) reporting to work without symptoms after a known or suspected exposure to COVID-19.
- Conduct daily self-checks for symptoms throughout the day, at minimum before, during, and after work.
- Submit to a daily temperature check before your shift with HR/Risk or designee.
- Complete a daily self-certification form and turn this form into the person taking your temperature.
- Keep track of all your close contacts for 14 days after the date of your known exposure.
- If you develop symptoms, contact tracing will be needed for the two days before your symptoms started until you notified HR/Risk or began isolation (at home or work).
- Wear your face covering at all times, especially when away from your desk or talking to others.
- Clean and disinfect tools and workspaces frequently, especially in common areas.
- Continue social distancing of at least 6ft or more from others.
- Wash your hands frequently, and immediately after you sneeze or cough. If soap and water are not readily available, use hand sanitizer.
The CDC developed the Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers Who May Have Had Exposure to a Person with Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19.