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Level 1: Stay at Home

Everyone was required to stay at home except for grocery shopping, exercise and necessary activities. Only critical businesses were open.

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Level 2: Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors

While we are all still safer at home, we are also able to practice greater social distancing in our great outdoors than in confined indoor spaces.

Level 3: Protect Our Neighbors

Local public health agencies have the ability to contain surges in cases and outbreaks through testing, case investigation, contact tracing, isolation, quarantine, site-specific closures, and the enforcement of public health orders. 





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 Blog post 

What's poop got to do with it?

Oh yes, we might laugh or cringe at that word “poop,” but it actually contains vital information that we think may be able to give us an early warning about COVID-19 cases in a community. 


Updated workplace outbreak guidance

This guidance offers workplaces and non-healthcare, non-residential facilities best practices for preventing and reducing the severity of outbreaks and contains tools for reporting outbreaks to public health.

 Press release 

New guidance released to help schools respond to COVID-19 cases and outbreaks

This case and outbreak guidance, in addition to the school opening guidanceCDE’s toolkit for the 2020-21 school year, and guidance from local public health agencies will provide districts with the information they need to start the school year in a way that makes sense for their local communities.













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