The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines on Wednesday detailing how office buildings can reopen following months of social distancing amid the novel coronavirus outbreak. That includes proper ventilation systems, increasing the flow of outdoor air and ensuring no hazards emerged during the shutdown.
Sick employees should be sent home and “enhanced” cleaning and disinfection should take place following any confirmed cases in the office. Employees should wear a cloth face mask “in all areas of the business.” The guidelines also note to “prohibit handshaking, hugs, and fist bumps.”
Staggering shifts and break times “as feasible” is also encouraged. Recommendations include incentivizing employees to minimize public transit, particularly during rush hour.
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