During the COVID-19 Pandemic it is mandatory that you follow the above rules to reduce the risk to all resident and visitors to the TLP.
All youth and staff must submit to a COVID-19 test and test negative. Any youth or staff that test positive must quarantine at home or at one of Fulton County’s isolation hotel until you have tested negative at least twice.
You are required to wash your hands for at least 20 seconds after blowing your nose, coughing, sneezing. Additionally, if you have been outside in the community, you are to wash your hands immediately upon return to the shelter.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Submit to having your temperature taken when requested by any staff member.
Report to the staff member on duty or the Program Manager immediately if you are not feeling well.
Gloves and face mask are mandatory to be worn when working outside the house, while performing Lawn work, dumping trash or using the outdoor barbeque.
While in the hoise , it is important to practice social distanceing by maintaining a safe 6 feet distance between one another.
Everyone is responsible for the overall cleanliness of the house, not just your room. you must wash and sanitize all hard surfaces in the bathroom, kitchen and other common area with diluted bleach soap and water. Utilize spray disinfectant on all door handles, kitchen and other soft surfaces.
You are to abide by the law set forth by the City of College Park's curfew and social distancing policies. If your place of employment requires you to work during hours outside of College Park curfew hours, you will need a Letter from your employer stating that. You will need to keep the letter on you r person at all times. Additionally, you will need to provide a copy of the letter to the Georgia Center for Youth Excellence's Program Manager.