Beginning this morning, all City of St. Cloud employees and visitors to City Hall facilities will be pre-screened and their temperatures taken before entering any City Hall buildings A and/or B.
If an employee or visitor answers “YES” to ANY of the pre- screening questions and/or has a temperature of 100.4, 99.4 for age 60+ the employee/visitor will be turned away from entering City Hall buildings.
Here are the pre-screening questions:
- Have you returned from international travel or a cruise within the last 14 days?
- Have you been in contact with anyone who has returned from international travel or been on a cruise within last 14 days?
- Have you had contact with someone who has OR is suspected of having COVID-19
- Have you been in any gathering of 50 people or more (including airports) in the last 14 days?
- Have you traveled to any of the following states in the last 14 days? California? Washington? New York?
- Have you experienced signs or symptoms of a respiratory infection such as: Fever? Cough? Shortness of breath?
City Hall Building A and B Guidelines:
- All access to City Hall Buildings “A” and “B” will be through the front doors. All other access doors will be secured for entry
- All screening will be conducted each day at the entrances to both buildings
- A date stamp will be stamped on employees’ Right Hand, palm down
- Tables will be set up just outside the doorway with tape marking six feet in front of where employee/visitor will stand during questioning.
- Lines will queue, two per entrance
- Two screeners with thermometers will be located at each table
- Screeners will track the number of denials each day
Positively Osceola will share updates to COVID-19 news as it becomes available.