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The Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Prevention Non-Emergency Regulations are now in effect until February 3, 2025. These regulations apply to most workers in California not covered by Cal/OSHA’s Aerosol Transmissible Diseases standard.
Health Officer Orders
Health Care Worker Vaccine Requirement-Questions and Answers (California Department of Public Health)
Health Officer Order
Guidelines (formerly Appendices; some still pending revision)
Guidelines for COVID-19 Cases and Close ContactsEnglish | Español
RETIRED HEALTH OFFICER ORDERS
Beyond The Blueprint Shift To Low Masking
COVID-19 Diagnostic Testing in Healthcare Facilities
Exposure Management Plan for TK-12 Schools
Exposure Management Plan K12 Schools
Personal Care Establishments
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Places of Worship
Places of Worship may offer services indoors with modifications and at a limited capacity. It is, however, recommended that outdoor and/or remote faith-based services continue to be provided, given the continued risk of community transmission of COVID-19. Places of Worship must continue to follow the Appendix A protocols.
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Shopping Center Operators
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Youth and Adult Recreational Sports Leagues
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Sports Informed Consent Example
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