Appendix A: Pre-Screening Self Assessments
- Employees should take their temperature and assess symptoms prior to coming to work.
- If an employee is taking fever suppressing medication, their temperature should be taken beforehand.
- Employee should conduct a general symptoms assessment including checking for: cough, shortness of breath, muscle aches and pains, decrease sense of smell/taste, and/or sore throat.
- Employees who should not come to work if they have symptoms. Anyone who develops symptoms while at work should be separated from other individuals immediately and sent home.
- Employees should remain home until:
- They have had no fever for at least 72 hours (that is three full days of no fever) without fever-reducing medicine;
- Other symptoms have improved (for example, their cough of shortness of breath have improved); AND
- At least 7 days have passed since their first symptoms appeared.
6. Let the employee know:
- Follow Department of Health or medical professional guidance for being tested for COVID-19 if they have any of the symptoms above.
- If their symptoms worsen, they should call their medical provider immediately.
7. Employees who test positive for COVID-19 must follow the directions in Appendix D.
8. Event participants can report symptoms to their coach/trainer, event organizer, etc and follow the same procedures listed under “employee.”