Covid-19 Resource Center - What's new?
BE READY TO BE INFORMED
At Clark-Mortenson Insurance, we are making every effort to keep you informed by providing you with the most recent news, tools and resources to help you manage your business through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The items listed below are what's new on our Covid-19 Resource Center.
A new variant of coronavirus initially detected in South Africa is prompting renewed concern regarding the pandemic. This News Brief explains the Omicron variant further.
- This information comes from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help parents understand COVID-19 vaccines for their children.
With the statewide mask mandate no longer in place for New Hampshire, officials in some cities and towns have opted to continue following these mask guidelines:
- Concord (city information)
- Durham (town information)
- Enfield (town information)
- Exeter (town information)
- Franconia (town information)
- Hanover (town information)
- Keene (city information)
- Lebanon (city information)
- Manchester (city information)
- Nashua (city information)
- Newmarket (town information)
- New London (town information)
- Portsmouth (city information)
- Plymouth (town information)
American Rescue Plan: Changes to FFCRA Employee Leave
- The American Rescue Plan Act, enacted March 11, includes changed to emergency paid sick leave and paid family leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
President Joe Biden directs all state to make all adults eligible for COVID-19 vaccine by May 1, 2021
- Read more about this directive here. This tracks with Biden's new goal: having in-person celebrations for the Fourth of July!
Overview of the American Rescue Plan
- Here is some information on the $1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan.
CDC Issues Long-awaited Guidance for Fully Vaccinated People
- These guidelines give permittance to certain circumstances of indoor gathering.
OSHA clarifies COVID-19 reporting requirements
- FAQ's updated - new answers clarify when employers must report COVID-19 in-patient hospitalizations and fatalities.
Now that school is back in session, here are some tips about talking to children about returning to school during the pandemic.
Keene, NH issues a new Mask Mandate
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