The Supreme Court of the United States is not meeting in-person.
University of California campuses will be closed in the Fall. Instruction will be online only.
California’s 115 community colleges will likely remain an online system of higher education in the fall, its chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley said today.
– mild, no or severe symptoms
– 2-14 days after exposure
– FEVER, COUGH, SHORTNESS OF BREATH
– communicate to parents if a positive case occurs
– Self-screening for the presence of symptoms (fever of 100.4 °F or greater, cough, shortness of breath, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, muscle aches, nausea, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, vomiting, etc.) within the past two weeks.
– Determining if the individual has been in close contact with a person who has been diagnosed with, tested for, or quarantined as a result of COVID-19.
– frequently check for covid symptoms. see cdc link above
– CDC defines close contact as interactions within 6 feet for more than 15 minutes.
– and sanitizers are not a substitute for handwashing
– Antibacterial soap is not more effective than regular soap.
– Soap and water are more effective than alcohol-based hand sanitizer if hands are visibly dirty or greasy.
– Recommended methods for typical cleaning procedures include two-stage cleaning and disinfecting.3 “ Cleaning” entails washing with a detergent and water to remove soil, organic matter, and some microorganisms from a surface. Following a detergent and water wash, “disinfecting” entails use of a U .S . Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-approved disinfectant that must be applied in accordance with product manufacturer guidelines. Refer to the EPA List of Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV2: https://www.epa.gov/pesticide-registration/list-n- disinfectants-use-against-sars-cov-2. A dilute bleach solution can be substituted for EPA-approved disinfectants.
– If disinfecting products are not available, a dilute bleach solution can be used, comprising four teaspoons of bleach to a quart of water.
– Many disinfecting products can be skin and respiratory irritants. Green Seal, a non-profit certification organization, recommends selecting products with the following active ingredients: •Hydrogen peroxide•Citric acid•Lactic acid•Ethyl alcohol (also called ethanol)•Isopropyl alcohol (70%)•Hypochlorous acid
– Holding activities outdoors as much as possible is recommended.
– Limit shared high-touch equipment and designate equipment to campers or groups, if feasible, for the duration of camp.
Organize camp into the smallest practical group sizes and to the extent possible keep groups consistent throughout the camp program. •To the extent possible, maintain consistent counselor assignments for groups aka as “households” and activities. •To the extent possible, minimize mixing between groups. •If groups must mix, consider other mitigation methods such as outdoor activities, increased ventilation in buildings, physical distancing between groups, or the use of facial coverings if age and developmentally appropriate. Note that group size must still comply with state and/or local requirements.
– Wash hands, soap and water, 20 seconds.