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2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Recommendations:

Business

Updated 3/26/20


For up to date information on COVID-19 visit health.mesacounty.us

Latest Update March 26, 2020

Effective Thursday, March 26, 2020 at 6 a.m., Colorado is officially under a stay at home order. Information and guidance will be updated as information is available. For the full order click here.  

March 23, 2020

Guidance regarding Executive Order 2020 013, directing all employers to reduce in-person work by at least fifty (50) percent, and to implement telework options to the greatest extent possible.

The critical workplaces that are exempt include:

General Business Guidance

Outbreaks like COVID-19 can have moderate to severe impacts on businesses and organizations that are unprepared to take steps to prevent and respond to the spread of illness in the workplace. Some of the steps you can take are:

If you are a supervisor or manager, the minimum information you would need written down in case you are unable to perform your duties:

Obtain Accurate Information

In rapidly changing health events and outbreaks such as COVID-19, there can be large amounts of incorrect or partially correct information that can add to stress and confusion. Providing current, accurate, and frequent updates can help reduce stress and fear.

Get the most up-to-date and accurate information from: