COVID-19 NH & VT State & Federal Updates
Helping you to Be Ready with information on COVID-19 NH, VT and Federal updates regarding executive orders, business resources, and Coronavirus stimulus packages.
- Governor Chris Sununu has transitioned the NH Stay at Home 2.0 order to Safer at Home New Hampshire as part of the state's efforts to respond to COVID-19.
- This order updates the state's guidelines for residents and business. All Businesses must adhere to the Universal Guidelines set forth by the Governor's Economic Re-Opening Task force, these guidelines serve as the basic minimum standards that all businesses have to adhere to.
- Certain industries have specific additional requirements for reopening - find the list of business industries and their associated guidelines here.
- Governor Phil Scott released the Vermont Work Smart and Stay Safe initiative requires businesses that closed for 7 days or more to adopt or create a sector-specific reopening and training plan before reopening. Effective June 26th most sectors and business are allowed to open to at least 25% capacity with health and safety measures continuing to be followed.
- Work Safe Addition to the Be Smart, Stay Safe order
- Businesses may adopt one of these plans or create their own using a Vermont Occupational Safety and Health Administration (VOSHA) / Project WorkSAFE template.
- What is isolation? - check out State of Vermont's guidelines poster
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