This Attachment is intended to allow people to return to the workforce, as much as possible, while still protecting public health.
i. Social distancing (a minimum of six feet) should be encouraged whenever possible with an understanding on limitations in social distancing in young children.
ii. Activities should be held outside whenever feasible.
iii. Day camps that offer napping for young children should consider social distancing during rest times and should sanitize sleeping area after use.
iv. Camp must explain health guidelines to all children and staff, in an age-appropriate manner.
v. Persons with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 should not be on the premises.
i. For any attendees who come from out-of-state or have recently traveled out-of-state, facility staff will require affirmation from the parent or guardian that the child has abided by the 14-day quarantine requirement prior to participation after arriving in
i. Handwashing capability or available hand sanitizer is encouraged.
ii. Employees should frequently wash their hands.
iii. Facility should encourage frequent handwashing or use of hand sanitizer, if handwashing is not available, by the children.
iv. Facility staff should promote frequent handwashing by the children.
i. It is encouraged to continue having employees, who are in direct contact with the public, wear cloth face coverings.
ii. Cloth face coverings are prohibited on babies and children under the age of two due to the danger of suffocation, but cloth face coverings could be encouraged in older children.
iii. Facility must supervise young children when using hand sanitizer.
iv. Facility must communicate to parents or guardians the importance of keeping children home when they are sick. No child may return to camp or facility within 72 hours after last fever
v. No personnel displaying symptoms of COVID-19 will provide services to customers. Symptomatic or ill personnel may not report to work.
vi. No personnel may report to the work site within 72 hours of exhibiting a fever
vii. Facility must establish a plan for personnel getting ill and a return-to-work plan following CDC guidance, which can be found online at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-
viii. No staff displaying symptoms of COVID-19 will provide services to children. Symptomatic or ill staff may not report to work.
ix. Employer must establish a plan for employees getting ill and a return-to-work plan following CDC guidance, which can be found online at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-
i. It is recommended that cleaning and disinfecting continue to be conducted in compliance with CDC protocols.
ii. When an active staff member 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, facilities may shut down for a period of at least 72 consecutive hours to allow for natural deactivation of the virus, followed by staff performing a comprehensive disinfection of all common
iii. CDC protocols can be found on line at:
a. Any person in a high-risk population is encouraged to stay home, not work in childcare settings, and avoid entering for drop off or pick up