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This past year has been difficult for many of our students, families, faculty and school staff. Over the past year, Clackamas County has been assisting our local schools with their reopening plans, prevention and response protocols, and infectious disease management. This web offers updated information and resources for parents, students and school staff to address common questions and concerns, as well as inform about new guidelines.
Clackamas County values our local business community, and we hope these resources will help you support your customers and employees during these challenging times.
Business Recovery Centers have been established around Clackamas County. For additional information, contact the Business Recovery Center in your area. What does that mean for businesses?
Businesses and organizations might still choose to implement masking and other precautions to protect children and the most vulnerable in our community. Employers and businesses can require vaccination for entry or participation.
Distancing and masking precautions might still be advisable in some situations. Clackamas County Public Health is working with partners to offer on-site COVID vaccinations to Clackamas County businesses whose employees and families are unable to attend conventional vaccination events.
After completing the formbusinesses will be contacted by a member of our team to discuss options for an on-site vaccine clinic. For more information, please contact jrichards clackamas. Gift cards will be distributed through on-site vaccination events at your business request on-site clinic by completing form above or to employees who visit a vaccine clinic hosted by Clackamas County Public Health. Visit our vaccine for a list of weekly clinics. If someone with COVID is determined to have worked during their infectious period, Public Health will reach out to the employer to request assistance with contact tracing.
Oregon law requires your cooperation. Public Health may request the following forms from you. Unemployment benefits may be available to those who are on a temporary layoff.
If employees expect to be back to work in four weeks or less, they can get unemployment benefits and do not have to seek work with other employers. They must be able to work, stay in contact with you as their employer and be available to work when you call them back to the job. Find out more information from the Oregon Employment Department.
Clackamas County does not make decisions about closing businesses. Public Health officials investigate all confirmed cases and requires isolation through the infectious period. Public Health will work directly with employers to ensure precautions are taken to ensure the safety of their employees and the public.
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If you are not vaccinated and have been in close contact with the employee while they were infectious, you should stay home until 14 days after your last contact. Vaccine questions? No more statewide mask mandates in most settings, except for health care, airports and transportation, elder care, and school and child care No required capacity limits in restaurants, businesses, faith communities, gyms and entertainment venues No required physical distancing Counties and local public health authorities are responsible for slowing the spread of COVID Individuals and organizations able to host gatherings of any size Businesses and organizations might still choose to implement masking and other precautions to protect children and the most vulnerable in our community.
These centers provide a one-stop shop for businesses. Frequently asked questions.
What if I have concerns about the safety of my workplace? Following these steps helps you protect yourself, your family and your coworkers: Maintain 6 feet of physical separation with others Wash your hands thoroughly Cover your mouth with a sleeve or elbow when you cough or sneeze If you begin to feel unwell, leave work and stay home Stay home until you no longer have symptoms for at least 72 hours Get a COVID test if you have COVID-like symptoms Cooperate with Public Health case investigators if they call Additional Resources.
Interim Guidance for Businesses. Guidance for Non-Profits and Businesses.
Oregon Small Business Resource Navigator. Rapid Response for Local Businesses.
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Resources for Greater Portland Businesses. Culturally Specific Business Support. Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce.
Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs. Oregon Native American Chamber. Department Staff.
Economic Development. Related News. Jul Coronavirus, Grants, Public Health.