The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has released a set of health considerations to be used by a variety of organizations that are aimed at
- promoting behaviors to reduce spread,
- maintaining healthy environments,
- maintaining healthy operations, and
- preparing for when someone gets sick
Below are links to documents relating to the different institutions:
The CDC notes that individual states and communities may make decisions on reopening based on local conditions. It also stresses that as Americans begin to resume “normal” activities, everybody must still adhere to mitigation strategies such as social distancing, hand-washing and wearing face coverings.
The CDC previously released guidelines for sanitation and disinfection for businesses as they begin to reopen.