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Includes public and neighborhood pools, spraygrounds, hot tubs, etc.
FAQs about COVID-19 and Water (CDC)
Considerations for Public Pools, Hot Tubs, and Water Playgrounds During COVID-19 (CDC)
stable groups of 25.
Full contact practice may resume with stable groups of 25.
*Target dates or requirements are subject to change based upon COVID-19 disease rate data as these dates approach.
(If you experience issues viewing the table below, view it on a desktop or within the Clay County Recovery Plan.)
*Non-contact sports include swimming, baseball, softball, t-ball, coach pitch, tennis, gymnastics, pickleball, golf, and disc golf
Includes hair salons, nail salons, barber shops, spa services, tattoo parlors, tanning salons, etc.
Long-term care facilities should continue with the same precautions taken during the stay-at-home orders. Because of the ease of spread in a long-term care setting and the severity of illness that occurs in residents with COVID-19, facilities should continue restricting all visitation to their facilities except for certain compassionate care reasons, such as end-of-life situations.
Further CDC Guidance
Childcare centers and day camps serve a vitally important function in allowing parents to continue or go back to work, which has significant public health and social benefits. The following guidelines are based on taken from recommendations from Centers for Disease Control and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services-Section for Child Care Regulation.
Employers and Employees
Exclusion of Sick Children and Staff
Parent Drop-off and Pick-up and Screening of Children and staff
Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidance
Physical Distancing Guidance
Discourage the presence of volunteers for classroom activities, guest speakers, etc.
Gatherings of 250 or less individuals are allowed at this time. For indoor events (including indoor weddings and funerals), you must maintain 50% occupancy if face coverings are not required or can have full occupancy if face coverings are required and physical distancing is maintained.
While it is SAFEST to continue to stay home and limit close contact with others at this time, if you do host an event of less than 250 people, you MUST keep these things in mind: