Re-Opening – Back In Business

Stage 3 in effect May 22.

  • These businesses are allowed to be open and operating with restrictions on capacity and other requirements detailed in the Order beginning in Section 5, Page 4: retail, restaurants, professional services, cultural and entertainment, public amusement, gyms, exercise and fitness centers, sports and athletic activities, outdoor activities, child care, day camps, adult care, education, health care providers and operations, financial and insurance, social services, charitable and religious, laundry, hotels and motels, manufacturing and production, trades, shipping and delivery, transportation, industrial, labor infrastructure, media, and governmental.
  • All businesses operating are required to have a plan in place to ensure a safe environment for their employees, customers, clients, and members. These plans shall address, at a minimum: employee health screening, enhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocols, access to wash/sanitize hands, and compliance with social distancing requirements established by the CDC, including maintaining six-foot distances and/or barriers (see page 5 of the order)

NEW – CICP publishes three return-to-work playbooks: manufacturing, logistics and warehousing, office environments and service-related companies>

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