COVID-19 Employee Resources
The City of Moline is dedicated to the safety of our residents, visitors and staff. This page is open to the public, but it’s intended primarily for the use of City of Moline employees.
As you have undoubtedly seen in the news, COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) has become a widespread, international health emergency. The City of Moline is issuing guidance to employees to prevent further spread of COVID-19. This guidance follows recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Office of the Governor.
Please remember to:
- Stay home if you are sick. If you have been exposed to or infected by COVID-19 or have exhibited symptoms consistent with the disease, you must contact Nurse Joyce before returning to work.
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. (Try singing 2 rounds of “Happy Birthday!”) If soap and water aren’t available, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands and cover your coughs and sneezes.
- Evaluate the need for in-person meetings. Some meetings may be replaced with a conference call or an email. If a meeting is necessary, you should avoid shaking hands as a greeting and sit 6 feet apart.
- Practice social distancing by avoiding crowds and social gatherings when possible.
City of Moline Continuity of Operations Mitigation Efforts
- Continuity of Operations Mitigation Efforts (updated 5/4/2020)
City of Moline Continuity of Operations Plan
City of Moline Families First Coronavirus Response Act Guidance Memo
Exposures to COVID-19
Nurse Joyce will be managing exposures to COVID-19. If you have been exposed or have concerns, please contact her at 309-524-2064 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City is closely monitoring this evolving situation and is continuing to look for way to decrease risks to our employee population. Although COVID-19 might have a lesser impact on the healthy population, we all have a responsibility to minimize the impact on those who will be more significantly affected. We must work together to keep our co-workers, community members, visitors and families safe.