How can custodial and health care workers stay protected?

CDCR/CCHCS staff should ensure they are adhering to established infection control policies and procedures already in place to protect against the spread of communicable diseases in our institutions. The California Department of Public Health reminds everyone that precautions you take when trying to avoid getting the flu are no different from what people should be doing every day to avoid the coronavirus and other respiratory diseases:

  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze
  • And when you’re sick, stay home from work or school

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1. How are CDCR and CCHCS preparing for a potential COVID-19 exposure?
2. How can custodial and health care workers stay protected?
3. Should I or should I not come to work?
4. Governor Newsom declared a state of emergency, should I be concerned?
5. Are there enough supplies to protect inmates and staff?
6. Is CDCR considering halting visiting at the institutions?
7. What precautions or screenings are in place for inmates arriving at or leaving from state prison?
8. Are events or tours being canceled or postponed?
9. ¿Cómo se están preparando CDCR y CCHCS para una posible exposición de COVID-19?
10. Cómo pueden mantenerse protegidos los trabajadores de custodia y atención médica?
11. ¿Debería o no debería ir a trabajar?
12. El gobernador Newsom declaró estado de emergencia, ¿debería preocuparme?
13. ¿Hay suficientes suministros para proteger a los reclusos/presos y al personal?
14. ¿El CDCR está considerando suspender las visitas a las instituciones?
15. ¿Qué precauciones o evaluaciónes de detección existen para los internos que llegan o salen de la prisión estatal?
16. ¿Se cancelan o posponen los eventos o giras?