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1. What types of careers does the Clay County Public Health Center (CCPHC) offer?
2. Do I have to submit a completed application if I'm submitting a resume?
3. Does there have to be an open position for me to apply?
4. Am I required to submit a separate application for each job I want to apply for?
5. What next steps should I take once my application is submitted?

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1. When will the emergency order expire?
2. Why has the expiration date changed?
3. Will the expiration date change again?
4. How will life in Clay County change once the order expires?
5. Is there a plan for safely reopening our community?
6. What if I live or work in a city whose emergency order expires after the county’s emergency order?
7. What if I personally don’t feel safe leaving home after May 3?
8. What step of the recovery process are we on?
9. Do I have to social distance from other people in my household?

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1. How much does testing cost? What if I don't have insurance?
2. Can I get tested even if I don't have symptoms?
3. What kind of test is this?
4. How can I get an antibody test?
5. Do I have to make an appointment?
6. How soon will I be contacted after submitting my appointment request?
7. If I walk in to the health center, can I get a test?
8. When is the test site open? How many tests does it do per day?
9. How soon will I get my results back?
10. How can I donate plasma as someone who has recovered from COVID-19?

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1. What is health?
2. What is public health?
3. What is a public health emergency?
4. What are some emergency preparedness initiatives in Clay County?
5. What are the specific risks for the citizens in Clay County?
6. What is an open Point of Dispensing (POD) site?
7. What is a closed POD site?
8. Does the Clay County Public Health Center recruit volunteers for emergency preparedness and response?

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1. How do I sign up for a food handler or manager class?
2. What recommendations or resources are available for mold?
3. How do I view restaurant inspection results?
4. Can you provide recommendations on septic installers and soil evaluators?

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1. When does the new order begin and end?
2. When DO I need to wear a face mask?
3. When do I NOT need to wear a face mask?
4. Who is exempt from wearing a face mask?
5. What if my business is privately owned?
6. Can a business refuse entry to me if I'm not wearing a face mask?
7. How do I report a business or organization I believe is in violation of the order?
8. What if I do not own a face mask?

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1. Guidance for All Businesses
2. Restaurants & Bars
3. Gyms & Fitness Centers
4. Outdoor Areas & Facilities
5. Recreational Water (Pools, etc.)
6. Youth Sports
7. Personal Services
8. Faith-Based Groups and Worship Services
9. Long-Term Care/Skilled Nursing Facilities
10. Childcare and Day Camps
11. Events & Gatherings (including Weddings & Funerals)

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1. Do I have to make an appointment or can I just walk-in?
2. How do I make an appointment?
3. Do you accept Medicaid or health insurance?
4. What do I need to bring for my appointment?
5. Is it painful to have STD testing?
6. I am worried because I had unprotected sex with someone I don't know very well last night, should I come in and get tested?
7. I was treated at my doctor's office for Chlamydia, but my partner doesn't have a doctor. Can they come to you for treatment?
8. If I have HIV, I would have symptoms, right?

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1. How long is the order in effect for?
2. Why was this order issued?
3. What does this order require?
4. Will residents be subject to penalties such as arrest or citations for leaving their homes?
5. Does my business qualify as an essential business as defined in the emergency order?
6. How are determinations made about which types of businesses are essential?
7. My business does not fall under one of the categories deemed essential, can it remain open if health precautions are taken?
8. Do businesses and/or employees need formal certification or identification that they qualify as an essential business and/or are employed at an essential business?
9. I am unclear whether my business qualifies as essential or non-essential. Can I receive a formal recommendation from the city as to whether I qualify?
10. I want to have a wedding, dinner party, or other group event at my house. Is that allowed?
11. What about services at places of worship (including weddings and funerals) or outside?
12. What are the penalties for non-compliance of this order?
13. How will this emergency order be enforced?
14. Is construction activity classified as essential?
15. Are manufacturing facilities classified as essential?
16. Are transit operations such as railroads, airports, buses, and truckers classified as essential?
17. Are hotels and motels classified as essential?
18. Are home repair and maintenance services classified as essential?
19. Are communications providers (such as internet providers, businesses that enable internet access and availability, organizations that support distance learning, etc) classified as essential?
20. Are liquor stores and other markets that sell liquor classified as essential?
21. Are child care providers classified as essential?
22. Are realtors, leasing agents, building inspectors, and movers classified as essential?
23. Are personal services, such as nail salons, hair salons, and tanning facilities classified as essential?
24. Are gyms, workout facilities, parks or golf courses classified as essential?
25. Are smoke shops and tobacco stores classified as essential?
26. Why are schools closed and how long are they closed for?
27. I work at an essential business but don’t believe I am an essential employee. Do I have to work?
28. How can I let you know about a business or organization that might be violating the emergency order?
29. I own a business in an essential industry. Do I have to stay open?
30. My business and/or my job has been impacted by COVID-19, where can I go to get help?
31. What about child custody agreements?
32. Can I leave home to visit friends or family members?
33. Why has the expiration date changed?
34. Can general stores, convenience stores and gas stations serve food?
35. Are co-working spaces classified as essential?
36. Will the expiration date change again?
37. How will life in Clay County change once the order expires?
38. Is there a plan for safely reopening our community?
39. What if I live or work in a city whose emergency order expires after the county’s emergency order?
40. What if I don’t feel safe leaving home or reopening my business after May 3?

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1. If I want to volunteer, is experience necessary?
2. What is the process if I want to volunteer or complete and internship?
3. How often do you need volunteers?