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The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is something the McCall Area Chamber of Commerce is taking very seriously. It is important for all of us – residents, visitors, employees and employers – to be informed as this rapidly changing situation unfolds.
The goal for all businesses is to help prevent workplace exposures and provide planning considerations if there are more widespread, community outbreaks of COVID-19. In addition to personal hygiene and surface sanitation (see sidebar at right), businesses should consider:
Reviewing HR policies. Do you have flexible work options? What are your sick leave policies, especially if an employee must self-quarantine for an extended timeframe? Remind employees if they’re sick, they should stay home.
Communicate with Employees. Share accurate information about the situation as it develops, your internal plan, healthcare policy changes, etc.
Plan for employee absences. Sickness, school closures, and infection may reduce the number of employees at work. Make a plan for continuing essential business functions with limited staff (cross-training, identifying essential functions, etc.).
Review travel policies and plans. The best way to keep up-to-date with current travel recommendations is to consult the CDC or Idaho Central District Health website.
Learn who is open, closed, offering take out and delivery, available for online purchase and shipping and new protocols in the McCall area
Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers: Plan, Prepare and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019
Idaho-specific monitoring of COVID-19 including number of cases, school closures, guidance on mass gatherings, employer and personal planning.
Local healthcare information including a detailed FAQ section
Guidance for event planners, election and polling places, cleaning and disinfection guidelines
Information on common issues employers and employees face when responding to pandemics and public health emergencies
ST. LUKES CLINIC – PAYETTE LAKES FAMILY MEDICINE
211 Forest St, McCall ID 83638
(208) 634-1776 *call this number for COVID-19 screenings
Please call first. If you are having difficulty breathing, proceed to the Emergency Room (call first, even from your vehicle so staff can take appropriate precautionary measures)
No drive-through testing at this time. Staff will greet you in the parking lot and help direct you to the appropriate location.
CASCADE MEDICAL CENTER
402 Lake Cascade Pkwy, Cascade ID 83611
CENTRAL DISTRICT HEALTH
703 1st St, McCall ID 83638
(208) 634-7194 *call this number for WIC, Communicable Disease information and other FAQs
The following symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.