Face Mask's / Facial Covering's ARE REQUIRED upon entry to our facility
Who Need's To Isolate and / or Stay Home?
People who have COVID-19
People who have symptoms of COVID-19 and are able to recover from home
People who have no symptoms (are asymptomatic) but have tested positive for infection with SARS-CoV-2
What Steps Do I take?
Monitor your symptoms. If you have emergency warning signs (including trouble breathing), seek emergency medical help immediatelyordial 911.
If possible, stay in a separate room from other household members and use separate bathrooms.
If possible, avoid any if not all physical contact (handshaking, hugging, etc.) with other household members.
Do not share personal household items (kitchen utensils, towels, personal hygiene, wardrobe accessories, etc.)
If you are able to; wear a face mask / facial covering when around other people.
When Can I Attend Services If I Think / Know I Have Had COVID-19, and Had Symptoms?
After at least 10 DAYS since symptoms FIRST APPEARED and after at least 24 HOURS with NO FEVER WITHOUT FEVER-REDUCING MEDICATION.
Symptoms of COVID-19 are improving (loss of taste & smell may persist for weeks or months after recovery and need not delay the end of isolation).
When Can I Attend Services If I Tested Positive For COVID-19 But Have No Symptoms?
* If You Continue To Have No Symptoms You Can Be With Others After:
10 DAYS have passed since you had your positive test
If you develop symptoms AFTER TESTING POSITIVE, follow the guidance above 'I Think / Know I Have Had COVID-19, and Had Symptoms'
All Information mentioned above is directly from the CDC (Center's for Disease Control and Prevention). For new or further information, details and updates; please click and follow the link provided below on how to best protect you, your family, and the world around us on a day to day basis.