COVID-19: RETURN TO WORK TOOLKIT
The novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) and resulting economic crisis have created an unprecedented situation with unique challenges for businesses, families and communities. Together, we will face new challenges as state and local officials lift social distancing guidelines, reopen the doors of businesses and get people back to work. Guided Insurance Solutions has put together the following resources to help you, your family and your business reduce risks and safely establish a new normal.
UP TO DATE INFORMATION & RESOURCES FROM CDC
PREPARING YOUR WORKPLACE
Find guidelines and timelines as new plans take effect in the states where your business operates.
Keep your workplace clean and safe to mitigate risks to your employees’ wellbeing.
PREPARING YOUR HOME AND FAMILY
When leaving your home and returning to your normal routine, the health and safety of you and your family is of the utmost concern.
- Daily Life and Coping Guidance for Families – CDC
- Staying Safe while Shopping for Household Essentials – CDC
- Staying Safe while Accepting Deliveries or Getting Mail – CDC
- Cloth Face Coverings for Children During COVID-19 – AAP
RESOURCES FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES
- Protect Your Children and Others From Pandemic Flu – CDC
- Protect Yourself from Flu at a Public Event – CDC
- What to do if You are Sick – CDC
- Get Your Household Ready for Pandemic Flu – CDC
- Practice Hygiene Etiquette When Coughing and Sneezing – CDC
- Do Your Part to Slow the Spread of Flu – CDC
- Understand the Symptoms of the Coronavirus – CDC
- What You Need to Know – CDC
RESOURCES FROM FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
- Plan for Florida’s Recovery – Re-Open Florida Task Force
- State University System of Florida Update – Florida Board of Governors
- COVID-19 Situation Summary – CDC
- COVID-19 Information for Workers and Employers – OSHA
- COVID-19 State Regulatory Tracker – Steptoe & Johnson LLP
- Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program – Florida Department of Economic Opportunity
Medicare and the Coronavirus
While there isn’t a vaccine yet, Medicare is still here to help. Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers a test to see if you have coronavirus. This test is covered when your doctor or other health care provider orders it, if you got the test on or after February 4, 2020