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    Public Health COVID-19 reopening guidance

    Trinity Muscatine Public Healthhttps://www.unitypoint.org/quadcities/muscatine-public-health.aspx
    Trinity Muscatine Public Health provides health education, wellness, and outreach activities for individuals and groups within Muscatine County and the surrounding area. Trinity Muscatine Public Health (TMPH) is contracted by Muscatine County to provide essential public health services for the residents of Muscatine County, working in coordination with the Muscatine County Board of Health. We also have a number of grants to provide additional health-related services to residents in Cedar, Louisa and Muscatine Counties.

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    MUSCATINE, Iowa–In addition to following all directives of the Governor as outlined in proclamations,
    entities considering reopening must adhere to the following public health guidance:

    1. Follow CDC guidance related to Cleaning and Disinfection for Community Facilities,
      including frequent cleaning and disinfecting of all high touch surfaces.
    2. Encourage and provide supplies to allow for frequent hand washing and hand sanitizing
      for employees and the public.
    3. Provide reminders to employees and members of the public to stay at least six feet away
      from others when in the facility and mark six foot intervals when possible.
    4. Post signage at the door indicating no one should enter the establishment if they
      currently have symptoms or have been around anyone with a confirmed COVID-19
      diagnosis in the last 14 days.
    5. If an employee or a member of the public becomes ill while at the facility, ask them to
      share that information with management, leave the facility and then call their health care
      provider.
    6. Members of the public and employees should consider the use of cloth face coverings
      (when practical) if staying at least six feet away from others is not possible.
    7. Anyone who is high risk for more severe COVID-19 illness should continue to stay
      home.
    8. Businesses should continue to follow IDPH’s business guidance related to preventing,
      detecting and reporting outbreaks.
    9. Businesses should use messaging to remind employees of steps they should be taking
      to protect their own health while at work.

    Other Resources:

    1. OHSA Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19:
      https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3990.pdf
    2. Iowa Department of Public Health: https://idph.iowa.gov/Portals/1/userfiles/61/covid19/IDPH%20Reopening%20Guidance%204_27_20.pdf
    3. CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/reopen-guidance.html
    4. CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/fs-reopening-america-workers-at-risk.pdf
    5. OSHA: https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3990.pdf

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