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- Develop an office plan that includes a cleaning schedule for high touch areas, such as counters, cabinets, and door handles, and ensure that cleaning tasks are assigned and performed regularly.
- If possible, avoid sharing office supplies and equipment, and minimize multiple people touching paper documents.
- For employees who contribute to kitchen items, consider eliminating reusable items (flatware, dishes, cups) and cleaning tools (sponges, brushes, towels) and replace with single use options.
- Bring and use your own water flask/container.
- Remove high-touch items such as magazines, common pens, etc. or develop asanitizing routine as part of office operations. For example, if pens are needed for customer service purposes, rotate through pens and disinfect them at the end of each day.
- Avoid using break rooms, having unnecessary visitors in the workplace, and having office gatherings.
- Conduct meetings virtually whenever possible, even when working on campus. If face-to-face meetings are necessary, keep participation to fewer than 10 participants and enforce social distancing and face coverings.