Applicability: This applies to camping and lodging facilities and areas, including, but not limited to:
a. Overnight cabins for rental;
b. RV parks;
c. Tent sites;
d. Privately-owned campgrounds;
e. Bed and breakfasts;
f. Hotels, motels, and inns.
i. Reservations are encouraged. Walk-ins are permitted if a log is kept that has sufficient information to be able to contact a patron should the need arise.
i. To the extent possible, a business should take reservations online or by phone and encourage electronic payment methods.
ii. When contacted for a reservation, a representative of the business must ask if the group consists only of household members and can rely on the groups
iii. Non-household members are discouraged from sharing any cabin, tent, or other lodging.
iv. Cloth face coverings should be worn by all employees.
v. Social distancing of at least six feet should be maintained between nonhousehold members in common areas of the facility/business.
vi. Business must establish a COVID-19 Mitigation Plan addressing the practices and protocols to protect staff and the public, including housekeeping services
vii. Entryway signage must notify the public of the business’s COVID-19 Mitigation Plan and clearly state that any person with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 may not enter the premises.
viii. Campsites, tent sites, and RV sites must be spaced apart, with no site being occupied within 25 feet of another by non-household members
i. Business must provide handwashing capability or sanitizer.
ii. Frequent hand washing by employees, and an adequate supply of soap, disinfectant, hand sanitizer, and paper towels must be available.
iii. Business must provide for hourly touch-point sanitization (e.g., workstations, equipment, screens, doorknobs, restrooms) throughout work site and common areas
i. Business must provide training for employees regarding these requirements and provide each employee a copy of the COVID-19 Mitigation Plan.
ii. Business must conduct pre-shift screening and maintain staff screening log.
iii. No employee displaying symptoms of COVID-19 may provide services to customers. Symptomatic or ill employees may not report to work.
iv. No employee may report to the work site within 72 hours of exhibiting a fever.
v. Business must establish a plan for employees getting ill and a return-to-work plan following CDC guidance, which can be found online at:
i. Cleaning and disinfecting must be conducted in compliance with CDC protocols weekly or, in lieu of performing the CDC cleaning and disinfecting, the business may shut down for a period of at least 72 consecutive hours per week to allow for natural deactivation of the virus, followed by site personnel performing comprehensive disinfection of all common surfaces.
ii. When an active employee is identified as being COVID-19 positive by testing, CDC cleaning and disinfecting must be performed as soon after the
confirmation of a positive test as practical. In lieu of performing CDC cleaning and disinfecting, businesses may shut down for a period of at least 72 consecutive hours to allow for natural deactivation of the virus, followed by site personnel performing a comprehensive disinfection of all common surfaces.
iii. CDC protocols can be found online at:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance-business-response.html and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/disinfectingbuilding-facility.html.