As states have started re-opening for business with guidelines, here is the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s interactive map which summarizes state-specific reopening information to help businesses navigate local rules and guidelines. The map details information about employee screening, limits on crowd sizes, workplace requirements for personal protecting equipment, cleaning/sanitation procedures, plus sector-specific guidance for retail, restaurants, childcare, and more. Once you access the link, click on each specific state for relevant guidelines.
In some states, for example, masks are required; in others, they’re suggested. In some states, mask requirements apply only to employees, while in others, customers must wear them, too. In some states, employers are required to screen employees before shifts begin; in others, it’s required after each shift. In still others, it’s not required at all. Meanwhile, some states are leaning on questionnaires, but even then, the questions and retention rules vary. – US Chamber
Please also visit our comprehensive COVID-19 Resources Page for other information. We are continuing to stay on top of all developments related to the current pandemic and the page is updated regularly.
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