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Return to Work: Re-opening & Recovery Plan for Johnson County, MO - Shared screen with speaker view
Tara Carlyle
14:50
Darinda is having technical difficulties. She will been on shortly.
Tina Keith
15:19
I can’t see Jeremy
Amanda Flues
16:11
Tina - Jeremy doesn't have his video on, so you won't be able to see him..
Darinda Dick
16:13
I am on here but no video
Tara Carlyle
16:14
Darinda is on.
Tina Keith
16:19
ok
Tara Carlyle
24:36
Hi All, If we continue to have a lag - I recommend turning off your video if not necessary to limit the bandwidth needed.
Matthew Cowan
25:13
Agreed
JADitty
29:25
can everyone hear?
Blake
29:34
no
marge
29:35
no
Teresa Hillsman
29:40
No
Lisa Cowan
29:41
no
Ashley Dunn
29:41
no
bcr4721
29:42
I do not hear anything at this time
Amanda Flues
29:50
If everyone could please turn off their cameras, that will help with the lag.
bcr4721
29:54
she is back on
Jabbar Wesley
29:57
yes I can hear
Aimee Courtaway
30:03
I can hear
sarar
30:03
I used the telephone call in line and can hear welll
Tina Keith
30:21
I can hear
Suzanne Taylor
30:29
Hello - it looks like some are having some issues hearing please check your audio is on.
Blake
31:38
yes can hear now
Suzanne Taylor
33:51
Here is the link http://johnsoncountyhealth.org/johnson-county-response-and-recovery-plan-phase-2-effective-may-4-2020/
Jamie Brisbin
34:19
Which phase will high risk individuals be able to go back to work or out in the community?
Darinda Dick
34:35
If you use the call in line from your phone, there was a code to link to your zoom id.
Jennifer Renfrow
35:18
Which organization do we contact for specific questions to our business? Johnson County Health Department?
Tara Carlyle
36:47
Yes, Johnson County Health Department.
Jennifer Renfrow
39:07
Does anyone have a good contact for purchasing hand sanitizer?
thautm
40:09
JCCHS is working to get some resources for the community for purchases hand sanitizer, knowing supply is limited.
Matthew Cowan
41:02
What about just pickup/carryout
JADitty
41:27
is there resources out there in our county for not-for-profits for masks, gloves etc. or is that totally the responsibility of each agency?
Aimee Courtaway
42:33
We are working on a resource list of where to locally find safety supplies, for all businesses.
Matthew Cowan
42:34
Like if Old Drum isn't going to offer dine-in options but is only going to do to-go orders what regulations would that follow under?
Matthew Cowan
43:09
Would we be required to offer hand sanitizer at the door?
Matthew Cowan
43:36
Gotvha
Matthew Cowan
43:40
Gotcha
Sbeltz
44:11
Question for County Officials - Can a business require patrons to wear a mask prior to entry? If so, what do we do if we have someone who refuses to comply? Also, can you confirm that if a business requires a mask, we are required to provide a mask?
bcr4721
44:24
What recommendations are being made for gyms and recreational activites & events? Are local fitness centers being given a set of recommendations?
Aimee Courtaway
45:21
Yes, you can require a patron to wear a mask. It would fall under your "no shoes, no shirt, no service" type requirements and how you would handle that.
thautm
45:30
A business can require someone to wear a mask, and can refuse service, if that is part of their plan. It's similar to the "no shirt, no shoes, no service". Recommendation would be to post and make visible to patrons prior to entering.
Tim
47:21
Can I print a hard copy of what I am seeing on my screen?
Jeremy VanWey
47:48
Tim, they should be available online to print
Kathy Baldridge
48:30
Is there any guidance for neighborhood swimming pools? Our HOA has a pool and we are wondering how/if we should open it.
Blake
50:24
What would be the correct response protocol for a business office (admin staff) if one of the staff members tests positive for coronavirus? What do the other staff members in the office need to do? What does the business leadership/management need to require? Thanks!
marge
50:35
are you saying that a child would need to come in without a parent?
Doug Sokolowski
50:44
The direct link to what is being presented is : http://johnsoncountyhealth.org/johnson-county-response-and-recovery-plan-phase-2-effective-may-4-2020/
Darinda Dick
51:16
The Show Me Strong Recovery Plan FAQ addresses this by saying that if aquatic facilities are open, encourage adjustments be considered to mitigate spread such as limiting number of people, increasing cleaning, modifying the activities allowed.
Darinda Dick
51:35
No the parent can absolutely come in with the child.
Tara Carlyle
52:01
https://showmestrong.mo.gov/faq/
Kathy Baldridge
52:04
Thanks Darinda
Darinda Dick
52:28
I want to answer Blake question
Tara Carlyle
57:36
https://wmmc.com/covid-19/
Sbeltz
58:05
If we require masks to enter our business, are we required to provide the masks?
Aimee Courtaway
59:09
You wouldn't be required to provide it for customers, but it would be recommended you provide it for employees, if you require it for them.
Sbeltz
59:34
Thanks Aimee
marge
01:00:06
Salons are not required to take temps of clients right?
Aimee Courtaway
01:00:43
Marge, it is not a requirement by order, correct. However, you can require it for your business, if you deem it necessary.
Blake
01:01:04
Perfect - thank you!
JADitty
01:01:11
thank you.
bcr4721
01:02:27
When a person is engaged in exercise the distance of separation has been questioned due to the aspiration of the participants. What have you heard is recommended?
JPowers
01:05:18
With limited access to cleaning supplies, do you have suggestions for entities and businesses to adequately sanitize as suggested?
Sbeltz
01:06:01
During this timeframe are we allowed to restrict access to bathrooms in businesses that normally are required to have bathrooms/drinking fountains?
Darinda Dick
01:06:05
We don't use wipes anymore at the hospital, we use the old fashioned spray and cloths to clean surfaces.
Suzanne Taylor
01:06:09
http://johnsoncountyhealth.org/business-education/
Matthew Cowan
01:06:40
Bleach and water in a spray bottle right?
Aimee Courtaway
01:08:28
For questions that may not be answered with this webpage regarding COVID-19 business safety education or to request one on one assistance from the group you can contact the group leader Sherry Roberts at Western MO Medical Center at sroberts@wmmc.com---If you know of a business selling safety items (plexiglass dividers, face masks or shields, door and floor signage for distancing, hand sanitizer, disinfectant, etc) to other businesses, please let me know and we will get them on our resource list to share with all Johnson County businesses. You can reach me at 660-747-0244 or my email is Courtaway@growjocomo.com
Matthew Cowan
01:10:36
If Old Drum isn't going to offer dine-in options but is only going to do "to-go/carry-out" orders what regulations would that follow under?
Amber Clifford
01:10:45
How does the county/city imagine they will enforce these guidelines?
Sbeltz
01:11:09
During this timeframe are we allowed to restrict access to bathrooms in businesses that normally are required to have bathrooms/drinking fountains?
Matthew Cowan
01:11:32
No they would come in and place an order
dkrieger
01:11:34
I think you said earlier that vulnerable individuals should continue to stay at home - can you help me understand until when? Look at your plan it appears that might be at Step 3 in Phase 2. Would that be a good guideline for senior centers?
Jamie Brisbin
01:12:03
Which phase of reopening allows high risk individuals to go back to work or out in the community?
Aimee Courtaway
01:13:05
I would think you would want bathrooms open to encourage hand washing. It is recommended to mark off certain bathroom sinks to divide so people can stand 6 feet apart. I am not sure about completely closing off bathrooms, but can look into it if we do not have an answer from the group.
marge
01:13:36
will the show buildings going to open
JPowers
01:13:38
Is there a recommendation for a limited time period someone should wear a face covering?
bcr4721
01:14:59
Thanks for offering this presentation and the opportunity to ask questions. I will easily be able to share this with my staff and utilize the info for our reopening of campus facilities. Huge thanks-Beth
Aimee Courtaway
01:15:26
Jennifer, do you mean like should someone wear the same mask for an 8 hour shift vs changing masks?
Amy Kiger
01:16:18
If a high risk individual has antibodies would that change the guidance for high risk individuals?
dkrieger
01:16:46
Will phase 3 continue to include social distancing or is that considered a restriction that will be lifted?
Matthew Cowan
01:16:59
Yeah thank you
Jennifer Renfrow
01:17:21
Where do we access the list of possible hand sanitizing purchase options?
Aimee Courtaway
01:17:24
Beth, we are glad this was informative and will continue to be here for all businesses and organizations to answer questions as we move forward through this phase.
Aimee Courtaway
01:19:41
Jennifer, I can send you the list but we do plan to link to it on the JCCHS Business Education page. If you send me your email, I can get that to you in the meantime
Doug Sokolowski
01:19:44
Very good information that you shared today, Much appreciated.
Kathy Baldridge
01:25:41
Do you know how much the antibody test costs?
Dave
01:28:26
Thank you. This has put a lot of apprehension to rest.
Matthew Cowan
01:28:37
thanks everyone
dkrieger
01:28:54
Thanks so very much for an excellent presentation and a well crafted process. Take care.
Kathy Baldridge
01:29:14
Thanks, All!
ShoppingMom63
01:29:19
Appreciate all the help!
JADitty
01:29:30
thank you. excellent and very informative
Blake
01:29:43
Thank you all for putting this together!
Suzanne Taylor
01:29:43
https://www.facebook.com/jocomoemergencyoperations/
aangeles
01:29:57
THANK YOU!