Gathering Guidelines

Gathering Phased Guidelines

Updated 6/19/2020


As of June 19, 2020, the following counties have transitioned to the GREEN risk phase: BEAVER, GARFIELD, and KANE County. For updated guidelines specific to these counties from the State COVID website, please visit the link below. 

YELLOW – LOW RISK

IRON and WASHINGTON COUNTIES

Social Guidelines
  • General public takes reasonable precautions
  • Physical distance whenever feasible; face coverings are to be worn when physical distancing is not feasible
  • Private, social interactions that occur without oversight by a formal organization are allowable in groups 50 or fewer; this may be increased incrementally based on data & milestone trends
Family Gatherings (Funerals, Weddings, Religious Ceremonies, etc.)
  • Follow all social guidelines outlined above
  • See Entertainment Guidelines HERE

RED

Social Guidelines
  • General public takes extreme precautions
  • Stay 6 feet away from others when outside the home unless not possible
  • Face coverings worn in settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain
  • In-person interactions limited to individual households; increase virtual interactions
  • Essential travel only. Leave home infrequently
  • Social interactions in groups of 10 or fewer
Family Gatherings (Funerals, Weddings, Religious Ceremonies, etc.)
  • Follow all social guidelines outlined above
  • Only members of the same household or residence may attend

ORANGE

Social Guidelines
  • General public takes extreme precautions
  • Stay 6 feet away from others when outside the home unless not possible
  • Face coverings worn in settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain
  • In-person interactions limited to individual households and those who have been following recommended distancing/hygiene guidelines; increase use of virtual interactions
  • Leave home infrequently
  • Private, social interactions that occur without oversight by a formal organization are allowable in groups of 20 or fewer
Family Gatherings (Funerals, Weddings, Religious Ceremonies, etc.)
  • Follow all social guidelines outlined above
  • Small group of close family and friends may attend, as long as they have been following physical distancing and hygiene practices for two weeks

YELLOW

Social Guidelines
  • General public takes reasonable precautions
  • Physical distance whenever feasible; face coverings are to be worn when physical distancing is not feasible
  • Private, social interactions that occur without oversight by a formal organization are allowable in groups 50 or fewer; this may be increased incrementally based on data & milestone trends
Family Gatherings (Funerals, Weddings, Religious Ceremonies, etc.)
  • Follow all social guidelines outlined above
  • See Entertainment Guidelines HERE

GREEN

Social Guidelines

As restriction are lifted in the New Normal phase, the likelihood of COVID-19 spread is increased. Because of this, the following are strongly encouraged for all individuals:

  • General public follows current federal and local public health precautions
  • Symptomatic individuals should not attend social gatherings
  • Hygiene measures, physical distancing, face coverings, and symptom monitoring are encouraged for all group gatherings
Family Gatherings (Funerals, Weddings, Religious Ceremonies, etc.)
  • Follow all social guidelines outlined above

Follow the Business Hygiene Recommendations:

  • Promote etiquette for coughing, sneezing, and handwashing. Encourage employees to avoid touching face, especially eyes, nose, and mouth; place signage that encourages hand and respiratory hygiene regularly
  • When possible, discourage sharing of work tools and equipment or disinfect between use
  • Make a list of high-touch surfaces requiring routine disinfecting and perform routine environmental cleaning (e.g., elevator buttons, workstations, countertops, handrails, doorknobs, breakrooms, bathrooms, common areas), either twice a day or after each use. Consider keeping a logbook of cleaning regimen. Those cleaning should:
    • Wear gloves
    • Prior to disinfecting, clean surfaces with soap and water if soiled
    • Use EPA-approved disinfectant, industrial cleaner, diluted bleach, or alcohol solutions
  • Provide disposable disinfecting wipes for employee use on high-touch surfaces; provide no-touch trash bins
  • Make hand sanitizer, soap and water, or effective disinfectant readily available. Provide pop-up handwashing stations or facilities where necessary (e.g. open houses, construction sites)
  • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) should not be shared and should be disposed of properly
  • Employees should be conscious of cross-contamination while using gloves and wash their hands after removal
  • Laundry: wear gloves, use warmest appropriate water setting, dry items completely, do not shake dirty laundry, launder items that have come in contact with COVID-19 separately

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