So Laura needs to know even if we come in contact with someone who tested negative?
How does the antibody test play into all of this?
What are the CDC-designated COVID-19 “high risk” categories?
For the 540 building, which is recirculated air (no open windows) I’m concerned with people sitting at their desks without masks. Depending on how many people are in building at one time, we have to be concerned with viral load. Even though people are 6 feet apart, they are still talking, laughing, coughing, etc. and the air is being recirculated.
Will PPE be provided to us by our District or are we to supply our own?
Does this mean no drinking or eating inside the office?
George Arnett Jr
Will face "shields" be accepted?
I'd like to find the best protocol for elevators and narrow stairwells...you will probably cover.
What are the rules for non-district staff members (IE, Chartwells, MAST Construction, vendors, etc)?
Protocol for bathrooms with multiple stalls that do not allow for social distancing.
Where is the best place to get the latest info. on ventilation protocols for corporate buildings?
George Arnett Jr
There should be some conversation around raising people's consciousness about their behavior with limited rudeness.
Yes. We are only as safe as those around us taking everything seriously and following the protocols.
I so agree with George and Denise.
When the students return to school - will they also be required to wear a mask?
Can the school offices have boxes of paper masks for kids or adults who forget theirs?
Are conference rooms considered a "common area"?
What is the student requirement for Special Services?
How do we handle the issue of both students AND adults who have less than stellar bathroom habits? Do we have constantly bother operations with requests to come clean up during the day?
I've read that ventilated masks should not be used. Will these be prohibited?
How do we work that out at 60 State with one person in the stairwell when it is not just our organization. Difficult to enforce but high viral load area.
For One Stop staff, we will discuss the specifics based on our building.
By the time you say something to someone not following the protocol, they have already compromised your health and safety.
what about in a shared room with cubicle walls? if in a cubicle do you have to wear a mask?
have job descriptions been analyzed to determine which jobs can be done just as well from home as from the office? This might be one way to reduce numbers in any one building.
and shared office machinery like copiers files etc.? should users wipe them down after using?
When will we find out 50 % schedules?
Will arrangement change when students will be back to work?
What happens if someone forgets to fill out the symptom screening each morning? How is it going to be enforced, especially if not every supervisor sees their staff each day?
Where is the 100.4 temperature limit from? It seems high, if someone could be in school with 100.3 in the am and it could go up by afternoon.
Thank you. This was very much appreciated!
if someone says "they don't feel well" will they be required to go get testing?
When you fill out the form will there be a response telling you it's ok to come in or stay home?
@Carsam yes it will
symptoms that Laura mentioned earlier...
If we need testing will there be one place for us to go to or do we need to find testing for ourselves?
This Is A Stress Induced Time. Everyone Needs To Be Kind To Each Other As We Are All Service Providers To The Public. We Must Continue To Lead “Kindness” By Our Example 😊
How long will it take to get a questionnaire response? How early can we submit? I have a very long commute.
Elease...great point! Thank you for reiterating that!