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COVID-19 U.S. State Guidance

A note to visitors: This page is updated periodically by our team and may not reflect all legal requirements for your state and local guidance.  Please seek legal guidance for your organization's specific requirements.

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Alabama

Latest Guidance

No recommendations or requirements.

References & Resources

Alabama Public Health: Public Health Guidance for Reopening

 

Alaska

Latest Guidance

No requirements or recommendations.

References & Resources

State of Alaska COVID-19 Information

Arizona

Latest Guidance

No requirements or recommendations.

References & Resources

Arizona Department of Health Services COVID-19 Information & Guidance

 

Arkansas

Latest Guidance

No recommendations or requirements.

References & Resources

Arkansas Ready for Business

California

Latest Guidance

Required: Cal/OSHA has confirmed the CDPH 5 day quarantine and isolation periods override the ETS exclusion periods. See Local Health Jurisdictions on Isolation and Quarantine of the General Public and COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards for more information. 

All paid and unpaid individuals who are regularly assigned to provide health care or health care services to inmates, prisoners, or detainees or are regularly assigned to work within hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, intermediate care facilities, or the equivalent that are integrated into the correctional facility or detention center in areas where health care is provided are subject to California’s vaccination requirement.  

Health care workers, state employees, and other employees in high-risk congregate settings are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or be tested weekly. See ​State Public Health Officer Order of August 11, 2021, State Public Health Officer Order of August 5, 2021, and State Public Health Officer Order of July 26, 2021 for more information.These employees are also requirement to get boosters and test for COVID-19 biweekly until they are up to date on vaccines. See Governor Newsom Announces New Actions to Protect Californians from COVID-19 for more information.

School staff is required to show proof of vaccination or be tested once a week. See California Implements First-in-the-Nation Measure to Encourage Teachers and School Staff to Get Vaccinated for more information.

All facilities outlined in State Public Health Officer Order of July 26, 2021 must verify the vaccine status of all employees. The Vaccine Record Guidelines & Standards outline what records count as proof of vaccination. 

K-12 students and staff are strongly encouraged to wear masks indoors. For additional guidance see COVID-19 Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California, 2021-22 School Year.

Employers are required to:

  • Notify all employees at a worksite of potential exposures
  • Notify all employees of their COVID-19 benefits and protections mask
  • Follow COVID-19 safety measures in response to a potential exposure such as disinfection [see AB 685 for more information]
  • Notify public health departments of all workplace outbreaks 
    • Outbreaks are 3 or more confirmed cases of COVID-19 among employees from different households within 2 weeks. 
  • Follow Cal/OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) [see Standards Presentation To California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board for more information].

***Cal/OSHA can issue an order for worksite shutdowns if the worksite exposes employees to COVID-19 hazards and hold this right until January 1, 2023.

References & Resources 

California Department of Public Health: Local Health Jurisdictions on Isolation and Quarantine of the General Public

California Department of Industrial Relations: COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards

California Department of Public Health: State Public Health Officer Order of August 19, 2021

California Department of Public Health: State Public Health Officer Order of July 26, 2021

California Department of Public Health: Vaccine Record Guidelines & Standards

California Department of Public Health: COVID-19 Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California, 2021-22 School Year

California Will Require Vaccination Or Testing For Health Care, State Workers

California Department of Industrial Relations COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards – Fact Sheets, Model Written Program, and Other Resources

California All covid19.ca.gov: Industry guidance to reduce risk

California’s current mask recommendations and requirements

AB 685 outlines California’s latest requirements for Employers and Cal/OSHA rights to take action until January 1, 2023. 

California Industry Guidance to reduce risk 

Colorado

Latest Guidance

Required: State employees who interact with vulnerable populations and populations living in congregate living settings, healthcare work, and state contractors will be required to be vaccinated. See Governor Polis to Require Regular Testing for all Unvaccinated State Employees and Sixth Amended Public Health Order 20-38 for more information.

References & Resources 

CDPHE Public Health & Executive Orders

Governor Polis to Require Regular Testing for all Unvaccinated State Employees

 Sixth Amended Public Health Order 20-38 

Connecticut

Latest Guidance

Required: Employees in long-term care facilities and state hospitals were required to receive the booster by February 11. See Executive Order No.14B and Executive Order No.14C.

All state employees, as well as staff of all childcare facilities and PreK-12 schools statewide, must receive at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by September 27. People who are exempt will be required to test weekly. See Executive Order 13D for more information. 

All long-term care employees are required to be vaccinated or be exempted by September 7. See Executive Order 13B for more information.

References & Resources

Executive Order 13D

Executive Order 13B

Executive Order 13G

Connecticut COVID-19 Response

Delaware

Latest Guidance

Requirements: Long-term care, healthcare, and state employees must provide proof of vaccination or get tested regularly. See COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Updates for Long-Term Care Facilities, Health Care Facilities, and State Employees for more information.

Educators, staff, volunteers, and contractors working in schools are required to be vaccinated or be tested weekly. See Emergency Secretary's Order for more information. 

References & Resources

8th revision to COVID-19 emergency order increasing outdoor gathering limits and restrictions

Delaware Health and Social Services Emergency Secretary's Order

Delaware Guidance, Resources in School Year 2020-21

District of Columbia

Latest Guidance

Required: Healthcare employees, contractors, and volunteers are required to get a COVID-19 vaccine unless they qualify for exemption. See Notice of Second Emergency Rulemaking for more information.

Employees, contractors, grantees, and interns no longer have the testing option and are required to get boosters. See Declaration of Public Emergency for more information. 

Government and healthcare employees are required to be vaccinated. Employees who are exempted must undergo regular testing. See Order 2021-099 and Mayor Bowser and DC Health Announce Vaccination Requirement for District Health Professionals for more information

All adults who regularly visit schools or childcare facilities have to get the COVID-19 vaccine, there is no testing option. See Mayor’s Order 2021-109 for more information.

References & Resources

Mayor’s Order 2021-069

COVID-19 Health Guidances

Declaration of Public Emergency

Department of Health Notice of Second Emergency Rulemaking

Florida

Latest Guidance

No recommendations or requirements. 

References & Resources 

Florida COVID-19 Response: Businesses and Employers 

Florida COVID-19 Response: Community Events

Florida COVID-19 Response: Schools and Childcare Programs

Georgia

Latest Guidance

No recommendations or requirements.

References & Resources 

Georgie Department of Health COVID-19 Guidance 

Hawaii

Latest Guidance

Required: All state and county employees must get vaccinated or get tested regularly. See this Amended Emergency Proclamation for more information.

Contractors and visitors at state facilities and on state property have to provide their vaccination or testing status prior to entering the building. See Executive Order 21-07 for more information. 

References & Resources 

State of Hawaii OSHA: COVID-19 Resources for Employers

State of Hawaii Amended Emergency

Idaho

Latest Guidance

No current recommendations or requirements.

References & Resources 

Idaho Official Resources for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19): Governor’s Actions

Idaho State Board of Education Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources

Illinois

Latest Guidance

Required: State employees working in state-operated congregate settings, K-12 teachers and staff, higher education employees and students, healthcare workers, and nursing home employees must get vaccinated or undergo weekly testing. See Governor Pritzker Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement for Healthcare Workers, Pre-K-12 Teachers and Staff, Higher Education Personnel, and Students to Slow Spread of Delta Variant and  Executive Order 2021-27 for more information.

The requirements ab0ve also apply to folks working in day care facilities. See Executive Order 2021-28 for more information.

Vaccination requirements have been extended for higher education institutions, healthcare facilities, and day care centers. See Executive Order Executive Order 2022-01 and Executive Order 2022-04 for more information. 

References & Resources 

Illinois Department of Labor Update Regarding OSHA COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard

Executive Order 2021-27

Executive Order 2021-28

Executive Order 2022-01

Executive Order 2022-04

State of Illinois Coronavirus Response: Actions to Combat a Resurgence of COVID-19

Indiana

Latest Guidance

No requirements or recommendations.

References & Resources 

IN.gov COVID-19

Iowa

Latest Guidance

No current requirements or recommendations. 

References & Resources 

Iowa Department of Public Health Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Public

Kansas

Latest Guidance

No requirements or recommendations.

References & Resources

Kansas Department of Health and Environment: Business & Employers

Kansas Department of Health and Environment Education K-12

Kentucky

Latest Guidance

Recommended: State employees and contractors are encouraged to get vaccinated. If they are unvaccinated they must undergo biweekly testing. See CORRECTION: Gov. Beshear Announces New Testing and Vaccine Program in State-Run Health Care Facilities for more information. 

References & Resources: 

CORRECTION: Gov. Beshear Announces New Testing and Vaccine Program in State-Run Health Care Facilities 

Kentucky’s Response to COVID-19

Louisiana

Latest Guidance

No requirements or recommendations.

References & Resources 

Louisiana Department of Health: COVID-19 Information

Maine

Latest guidance

Required: Certain healthcare workers are required to be vaccinated. See Healthcare Vaccination FAQs for more information.

References & Resources 

State of Maine Healthcare Vaccination FAQs 

Maine Department of Education COVID-19 Toolkit

Maryland

Latest Guidance

Required: All nursing home and hospital employees must get vaccinated or undergo screening and testing. See this order for more information.

References & Resources 

Maryland Department of Health Order

Massachusetts

Latest Guidance

Required: All Executive Department employees must provide proof of vaccination. See Executive Order No. 595 for more information.

All staff at rest homes, assisted living residences (ALRs), hospice programs, and home care workers (HCWs) providing in-home, direct care services, under a state contract or state program are subject to a vaccine requirement. See State health council approves expanded vaccine requirement for more information.

Certain personnel are required to get the COVID-19 booster by February 28. See COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Order No. 2022-01 for more information. 

References & Resources

Executive Order No. 595

State health council approves expanded vaccine requirement

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Coronavirus/COVID-19

COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Order No. 2022-01

Michigan

Latest Guidance

Requirements: Nursing Homes are subject to the requirements outlined in this vaccine order.

References & Resources

Michigan.gov Epidemic Orders

Michigan.gov K-12 School Opening Guidance

Minnesota

Latest Guidance

Required: State employees are required to get vaccinated or undergo weekly testing. See Governor Walz Announces Vaccination Requirements for State Agency Employees for more information.

References & Resources 

Governor Walz Announces Vaccination Requirements for State Agency Employees 

Minnesota Department of Health Businesses and Employers: COVID-19

Minnesota Department of Education COVID-19 Updates

Mississippi

Latest Guidance

Recommended: Individuals are encouraged to wear masks in indoors public settings regardless of vaccination status.

References & Resources 

Mississippi State Department of Health COVID-19 Guidance and Prevention for Individuals and the Community

Missouri

Latest Guidance

No recommendations or requirements.

References & Resources 

Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services COVID-19 Outbreak

Montana

Latest Guidance

No recommendations or requirements.

References & Resources 

Montana.gov Governor Gianforte Issues New Directives, Executive Order

Governor’s Coronavirus Task Force 

Nebraska

Latest Guidance

No recommendations or requirements.

References & Resources 

COVID-19 Nebraska Guidance Documents

 

Nevada

Latest Guidance

Required: State employees who are not fully vaccinated are required to provide proof of weekly testing.

References & Resources 

State of Nevada Nevada OSHA Enforcement Updates Regarding COVID-19

State of Nevada Department of Education Resources Related to COVID-19

New Hampshire

Latest Guidance

No recommendations or requirements.

References & Resources 

State of New Hampshire Universal Best Practices

New Hampshire Department of Education Grades K-12 Back-to-School Guidance

New Jersey

Latest Guidance

Required: Workers in certain healthcare or high-risk congregate settings are required to be vaccination, with no testing option. See Executive Order No. 283 for more information. Boosters are also required for eligible workers.

State and private health care facilities, high-risk congregate settings, pre-K-12 employees, state contractors, and childcare personnel will be required to get vaccinated for COVID-19 or get tested regularly. See Executive Order No. 252, Executive Order No. 253, Executive Order 264, and Executive Order 271 for more information. These orders have been extended by Executive Order No. 281

References & Resources 

Executive Order No. 242

Executive Order No. 252 

Executive Order No. 253

Executive Order 264

Executive Order 271

Executive Order No. 281

Executive Order No. 283

New Mexico

Latest Guidance

Mask mandate has returned for everyone regardless of their vaccination status.

Required: All school workers and state employees are required to get vaccinated or be tested regularly. All workers in certain medical close-contact congregate settings (hospitals, nursing homes, juvenile justice facilities, rehabilitation facilities, state correctional facilities, etc) must be vaccinated. See Executive Order 2021-045Executive Order 2021-046, and this Public Health Order for more information.

All Employers are required to screen employees for COVID-19 every day before entering the workplace.

For sector-specific guidance see COVID-Safe Practices for Individuals and Employers.

References & Resources 

New Mexico Department of Health Public Health Order – May 14, 2021

All Together New Mexico: COVID-Safe Practices for Individuals and Employers

New York

Latest Guidance

Required: State employees and health care workers are required to get vaccinated. MTA and Port Authority employees and teachers, administrators, and other school employees are required to get vaccinated or be tested weekly. See Video, Audio, Photos & Rush Transcript: Governor Cuomo Announces Patient-Facing Healthcare Workers at State-Run Hospitals Will Be Required to Get Vaccinated for COVID-19 by Labor Day and Governor Cuomo Announces MTA and New York Port Authority Employees Will Be Required to Get Vaccinated For COVID-19 or Be Tested Weekly Starting Labor Day for more information.

New York City will require city workers to get vaccinated or be tested weekly. See NYC Will Require Vaccination Or Weekly Testing For All City Workers for more information.

If businesses want to follow the new CDC guidance they must follow the appropriate guidance for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals. Businesses that do not congregate patrons and/or that operate below the social gathering limit can rely on self-attestation of employee vaccination status. Businesses that congregate patrons and operate above the social gathering limit must require proof of vaccination. See Implementing CDC Guidance for more information.

All Large-Scale Event venues must verify vaccination status. A recent negative COVID-19 test is required for attendees age 4 and older. See  Governor Cuomo Announces New York State to Adopt New CDC Guidance on Mask Use and Social Distancing for Fully Vaccinated Individuals for more information.

Large-Scale and Small-Scale College Sports venues can open. They must require that spectators provide proof of completed immunization or a recent negative COVID-19 test [see Governor Cuomo Announcement: Collegiate Sports below for more information].

References & Resources 

NYC Will Require Vaccination Or Weekly Testing For All City Workers

Reopening New York Implementing CDC Guidance

Governor Cuomo Announcement: Collegiate Sports

North Carolina

Latest Guidance

Required: State government employees are required to get vaccinated or be tested weekly. See Executive Order 229 and Executive Order 224 for more information. 

Recommended: All schools are encouraged to consider conducting daily COVID-19 symptom and temperature screening and exclusion of any adults entering the building, including teachers, staff, and other visitors.

These settings are encouraged to monitor employees for COVID-19 symptoms and manage isolation and quarantine. For a full list of the NC DHHS recommendations see Interim General Guidance for Businesses and Organizations (May 20, 2021).

  • Businesses 
  • General Organizations
  • Indoor and Outdoor Venues
  • Bars and Places that serve food
  • Indoors Fitness Centers and Gyms Settings
  • Administrators and Participants of Youth and Amateur Sports Programs
  • Day Camp or Program Setting serving Children or Teens
  • Overnight Camp Settings

References & Resources 

Executive Order 229

Executive Order 224

Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQ”) for Executive Order No. 215

NC DHHS COVID-19: Interim General Guidance for Businesses and Organizations (May 20, 2021)

NC DHHS COVID-19: Interim Guidance for Indoor and Outdoor Venues (May 14, 2021)

NC DHHS COVID-19: Interim Guidance for Bars and Places that Serve Food (May 18, 2021)

NC DHHS COVID-19: Interim Guidance for Indoor Fitness Centers and Gyms Settings (May 18, 2021)

NC DHHS COVID-19: Interim Guidance for Administrators and Participants of Youth and Amateur Sports Programs (May 18, 2021)

NC DHHS COVID-19: Interim Guidance for Day Camp or Program Settings Serving Children and Teens (June 1, 2021)

NC DHHS COVID-19: Interim Guidance for Overnight Camp Settings (June 1, 2021)

NC DHHS COVID-19: ChildCareStrongNC Public Health Toolkit

NC DHHS COVID-19: School Children and COVID-19

StrongSchoolsNC Public Health Toolkit 

North Dakota

Latest Guidance

Recommended: The North Dakota Department of Health has published guidance for employers which they are strongly encouraged to follow [see ND Smart Guidance for Employers for more information]. 

References & Resources 

Executive Order 2021-05

North Dakota Health: ND Smart Guidance for Employers 

North Dakota Health: COVID-19 Information

North Dakota Health: Schools, Childcare, Universities

North Dakota Department of Public Instruction: ND K12 Smart Restart Guidance 

North Dakota Department of Public Instruction: Executive Orders – Education

Ohio

Latest Guidance

Required: Nursing homes and residential facilities must follow COVID-19 safety measures.

References & Resources 

Ohio Department of Health: Governor DeWine Announces Vaccine Incentives, End Date for Health Orders

Ohio Department of Health: Businesses/Employers – COVID-19 Checklist

Ohio Department of Health: Education and Sector Requirements

Ohio Department of Education Reset and Restart

Ohio Department of Education Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Ohio’s Schools and Districts 

Oklahoma

Latest Guidance

Recommended: Schools are encouraged to establish safety measures as well [see Public Schools COVID-19 Guidance & Resources for more information]. Included is encouragement to conduct daily health checks including temperature screening and/or symptom checks for staff and students. 

References & Resources 

Oklahoma COVID-19 Risk Level 

Oklahoma State Department of Health: Public Schools COVID-19 Guidance & Resources

Oregon

Latest Guidance

Required: State employees and healthcare workers are required to get vaccinated or get tested regularly. See this announcement and Executive Order 21-29 for more information.

All Oregon school districts are required to submit their Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services plan to the Oregon Department of Education by August 23, 2021. Oregon schools must adhere to the quarantine and isolation protocols outlined in their guidance. See Ready Schools, Safe Learners Resiliency Framework for the 2021-22 School Year for more information.

Recommended: Employers and organizations are encouraged to consider regular health checks with temperature and symptom screening or employees self-report their symptoms [see Sector Guidance – General Guidance for Employers and Organizations for more information].

Oregon schools are strongly advised to:

  • Conduct a risk assessment as required by OSHA
  • Update the written communicable disease management plan
  • Assign a single person to enforce COVID-19 healthy and safety measures
  • Include the names of those who helped inform their plan
  • Maintain student contact tracing logs, and establish a protocol to notify and provide these logs to the local public health authority
  • Offer free on-site COVID-19 testing to symptomatic students and staff. 

See Ready Schools, Safe Learners Resiliency Framework for the 2021-22 School Year for more information. 

References & Resources 

Oregon.gov Infectious Disease Rulemaking

Governor Kate Brown Announcement

Executive Order 21-29

Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Department of Education: Ready Schools, Safe Learners Resiliency Framework for the 2021-22 School Year

Oregon Health Authority: Sector Guidance – General Guidance for Employers and Organizations

Oregon: Health Safety & Wellness

Pennsylvania

Latest Guidance

Required: Employees must be vaccinated or get tested weekly. See this announcement for more information.

Recommended: All businesses are encouraged to ask that employees self-screen temperature and symptoms before each shift [see COVID-19 Guidance for Businesses]. For reopening restrictions information for certain sectors see Amended Order of the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health for Mitigation and Enforcement, dated November 23, 2020

References & Resources 

Governor Wolf Announces ‘Vaccine or Test’ Requirement

Amended Order of the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health for Mitigation and Enforcement, dated November 23, 2020

Public Health Guidance for School Communities

Resources for School Communities During COVID-19

Rhode Island

Latest Guidance

Required: All health care workers and health care providers are required to be vaccinated by October 1. See these rules for more information.

References & Resources

Rhode Island Department of Health COVID-19 Information: Information for Businesses

Reopening RI

Back to School RI

South Carolina

Latest Guidance

Recommended: Non-essential businesses can reopen but are encouraged to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines.

References & Resources 

Businesses & Employers (COVID-19)

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and South Carolina Schools

Schools & Childcare Centers (COVID-19)

South Dakota

Latest Guidance

Recommended: Employers are encouraged to ask COVID-19 health screening questions to employees and separate employees who are ill. 

References & Resources

South Dakota Department of Health: COVID-19: Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates and Information

South Dakota Department of Education: Starting Well 2020

Tennessee

Latest Guidance

No recommendations or requirements.

References & Resources 

Tennessee Department of Education: Reopening Guidance

Tennessee Department of Health: Community Guidance

Texas

Latest Guidance

Recommended: Specific guidance for sectors is outlined in Opening the State of Texas under the subsection ‘Health Recommendations’.

References & Resources 

Opening the State of Texas

SY 20-21 Public Health Planning Guidance

Texas Public Schools COVID-19 Data

Utah

Latest Guidance

Required: Schools are required to offer in-person instruction at least 4 days per week and if there’s a COVID-19 outbreak [per their definition] students must undergo COVID-19 testing to attend in-person classes [see Bill No.107 for more information]. 

Recommended: It is recommended that employees in high-risk populations and those who work with them be screened and monitored for COVID-19 symptoms and seek testing if symptomatic. Additionally, sick employees and close contacts of positive cases should be contacted by employers and stay home. 

Generally, COVID-19 screening of all employees for symptoms and temperature before their shift is recommended. Employers should be prepared to help the health department with contact tracing or do their own contact tracing and dedicate a Point of Contact to this work. 

Gyms and Fitness centers are encouraged to screen customers entering the facility with a COVID-19 health questionnaire asking about travel, symptoms, and exposure. 

Larger school events should consider screening adults participating and taking their temperatures. School administrators should dedicate a Point of Contact at the school who works with the local department of health on contact tracing efforts.

References & Resources 

Utah Department of Health: COVID-19 Business Manual

State Public Health Order 2021-10

Utah Labor Commission Announces $2 Million Small Business Quarantined Employee Grant to Assist Utah Employers

Best Practices, Cleaning & Hygiene and Monitoring Employee Symptoms

Gyms & Fitness Centers

Personal Services

Workplace Resources 

Vermont

Latest Guidance

See resources for more information.

References & Resources 

Vermont Department of Health: Businesses and Employees 

Vermont Department of Health: Pre-K-12 Schools

Vermont Department of Health: How PreK-12 Schools Can Prepare for COVID-19

Cases in Their School

State of Vermont Agency of Education COVID-19 Guidance for Vermont Schools

Virginia

Latest Guidance

Recommended: Businesses are encouraged to consider measuring temperature and assessing symptoms of employees prior to starting work/before each shift. Employees should be encouraged to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. See General Recommendations for Businesses and Other Establishments for more information.  

References & Resources 

Virginia Department of Health: General Recommendations for Businesses and Other Establishments

Governor Northam Announces Draft Plan for Safe In-Person Graduations and Commencements

Interim Guidance: Operational Strategy and Phased Prevention for Virginia PreK-12 Schools

Governor Northam Increases Capacity Limits for Outdoor Sports and Entertainment Venues as COVID-19 Hospitalizations and Infection Rates Continue to Fall, Vaccinations Rise

Virginia Department of Health: Businesses

Virginia Department of Health: K-12 Education

Washington

Latest Guidance

Required: State, private-sector health care, long-term care, K-12, most childcare and early learning, and higher education employees and on-site contractors and volunteers are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. See Proclamation 14, Proclamation 14.1, this announcement, and these FAQs for more information.

References & Resources 

Washington State Department of Health: COVID-19 Resources and Recommendations

COVID-19 Reopening Guidance for Businesses and Workers

Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction: Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance & Resources

West Virginia

Latest Guidance

Recommended: All businesses and activities are allowed now, following guidance are no longer required but still recommended. Amongst these recommendations is to consider having guests and staff self-screen. 

References & Resources 

West Virginia Strong – The Comeback: COVID-19 Safety Recommendations 

West Virginia Department of Education COVID-19 Information & Updates 

Wisconsin

Latest Guidance

No recommendations or requirements.

References & Resources

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services: Guidelines for the Prevention, Investigation, and Control of COVID-19 Outbreaks in K-12 Schools in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19: Schools

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Information on COVID-19

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction COVID-19 Testing in Wisconsin Schools

Wyoming

Latest Guidance

Recommended: Education institutions are encouraged to inform individuals with COVID-19 symptoms or exposure not to attend school. 

References & Resources

Wyoming Department of Health: COVID-19 Information and Guidance

Wyoming Department of Health COVID-19 Orders and Guidance

COVID-19: Guidance for Educational Institutions from the Wyoming Department of Health

Wyoming Department of Education COVID-19 Resources