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Updated Recommendations for Health Care Workers with Respiratory Illness

Over 80 percent of COVID-19 cases will be asymptomatic or have mild symptoms. Symptoms may include fever, cough, shortness of air, muscle aches, chills, sore throat, vomiting/diarrhea and loss of taste or smell.

Recommendations include:

  1. All health care workers should monitor their symptoms daily. Screening survey.
  2. Health care workers with confirmed symptomatic COVID-19 should self quarantine and remain out of work.
  3. Health care workers with known exposure to someone with COVID-19 should notify their supervisor immediately. COVID testing should occur within four to seven days if a health care worker is exposed to someone with confirmed COVID-19.

Click here for updates to our Guidance for HCWs with Respiratory Illness and/or Exposure to COVID.

Sept. 23: New Health and Human Services rule requires entry of certain demographic data when ordering COVID test

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has announced reporting requirements that must be implemented by clinical laboratories no later than Sept. 23. Read more…

Precautions for providers and patient-facing staff

Any employee* with direct patient contact must wear standard personal protective equipment (goggles, mask, gloves).

Clinical care areas may also need clear-panel masks or face shields to facilitate communication with individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, in compliance with the interim policy on face masks: UK HealthCare Policy on Wearing a Mask. Read more…

Change in N95 mask styles; you may need to be re-fitted

Many of the N95 masks that were available in the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic are no longer in stock. If you do not have one of the new styles, you will need to be fit-tested again (see styles linked in flyer below). Please contact Employee Health at 859-323-2778 to make an appointment. Read more…

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