COVID is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person, especially between people who are physically near each other within about 6 feet. People who are infected but do not show symptoms can also spread the virus to others. Implementing this guidance may help prevent workplace exposures to SARS-CoV-2 in non-healthcare settings ; separate guidance is available for healthcare settings. CDC also has guidance for critical infrastructure work settings. Unless otherwise specified, this interim guidance for businesses and employers applies to critical infrastructure workplaces as well.
COVID-19: Information for businesses
Doing business at Alert Level 3 | Unite against COVID
Every county in California is assigned to a tier based on its positivity rate, adjusted case rate, and health equity metric. Counties must remain in a tier for at least 3 weeks before moving to a less restrictive tier. California has reached 4 million vaccination doses in the Vaccine Equity Benchmark. New Blueprint tier assignments were announced on April 6, , with an effective date of April 7, All data and tier assignments are based on results from week ending April 10, As a result, California is preparing to move beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
COVID-19 Resilience and Recovery 2021 - The Path Ahead
In this article we look at how the current crisis has impacted business continuity planning. A study of board members and CEOs, conducted before the pandemic and covering a variety of global businesses, sought to assess the preparedness of organizations to a negative impact event. Preparation is the key to successfully navigating adverse risk events, such as a pandemic. Organizations need to ensure they have a current, proactive business continuity plan BCP. They need to ensure, as a priority, that the structures are in place for their business to continue in the event of a negative impact incident.
From Department of the Taoiseach. This action is based on a review of the current public health advice and is in response to the deteriorating situation with the virus in Donegal. The rest of the country remains at Level 2 apart from Dublin which is also at Level 3. Donegal will be at Level 3 for a period of 3 weeks, until Friday 16 October, at which point the situation will be reviewed by the government, based on the status of the virus and public health advice. In addition, applications from Donegal will be prioritised for the wide range of existing loan and voucher schemes available to assist businesses affected by COVID through the July Jobs Stimulus and other government initiatives.