Protocols now available for long-term care facilities, nightclubs, employers of at-risk people, plus changes to restaurant protocolsThursday June 11, 2020
Boise, Idaho – Protocols were added today for long-term care facilities, nightclubs, and employers of people who are at greater risk of COVID-19. The protocols for restaurants were also updated to allow for more than six people at a table along with a few other small changes.
Consumer and employee confidence is needed in order for Idaho’s economy to rebound more quickly. Businesses, employers, and operators should follow protocols and have operational plans in place to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19.
To date, the following protocols have been made available. Additional business-specific protocols will be added as they are made available.
Stage 1 – General Business
Stage 1 – Daycare
Stage 1 – Youth Activities
Stage 1 – Places of Worship
Stage 2 – General Business
Stage 2 – Restaurants (replaced by Stage 4 Restaurant protocols)
Stage 2 – Close Contact Services
Stage 2 – Indoor Gyms, Recreational Facilities
Stage 3 – Outdoor Pools, Splashpads, Waterparks
Stage 3 – Bars, breweries, wineries, distilleries (replaced by Stage 4 Protocols for Bars, Breweries, Wineries, Distilleries, and Nightclubs)
Stage 3 – Indoor Movie Theatres
Stage 4 – Bars, Breweries, Wineries, Distilleries, and Nightclubs
Stage 4 – Long-term Care Facilities
Stage 4 – Restaurants
General – Guidance for Employers of People Who Are at Greater Risk of COVID-19
General – Guidance for Safe Campgrounds
General – Guidance for Outfitting Services
General – Interim Guidance for Safe Gatherings and Public Events in Idaho
General – Agricultural Workers
General – Onboarding Seasonal Workers
The protocols can be found at https://rebound.idaho.gov/business-specific-protocols-for-opening/.
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