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An Employee Says They Tested Positive for COVID-19. Now What?
We break down the most common questions and provide key talking points for communicating to your staff when one of your own has COVID-19.
COVID-19 Daily Briefing - Tuesday 3/31
COVID-19 Daily Briefing - Friday 3.27.20
CDC confirm that food and food packaging are not a source of transmission, asymptomatic employees test positive, HIPAA compliance, and more...
COVID-19 Daily Briefing - Thursday 3.26
Breaking the cycle, wearing masks, and even more employee illness.
COVID-19 Daily Briefing - Wednesday 3.25
Presenteeism, using outside cleaning services, and new info about virus viability
Join our Free COVID-19 Webinar on Thursday, Mar. 26th, 1pm EST
Join Roslyn Stone, COO and Founder of Zero Hour Health and Zedic, to go over what you need to know about operating your restaurant or other food service business during COVID-19.
COVID-19 Daily Briefing - 3.23.20
Temp checks, food safety resources, and more.
COVID-19 Briefing - 3.20.20
How long to exclude people from work, talking points for positive COVID-19 results, stay at home orders, and more...
COVID-19 Daily Briefing - 3.19.20
COVID-19 Daily Briefing - 3.18.20
Florida wellness checks, Ohio temp checks, NY shelter in place imminent....
COVID-19 Daily Briefing - 3.17.20 Pt 2
Happy St. Patrick’s Day – Corona Style. NYC on the verge of shelter-in-place, and 100 confirmed U.S. deaths.
COVID-19 Daily Briefing - 3.17.20
Every day during this outbreak, Zero Hour Health has been updating our clients' executive teams. For the duration of this difficult time, we will be distributing this same update to all of our Zedic users to keep everyone fully informed and prepared for what's to come.
Why 14 Days for Self-Quarantine?
By now, we all have heard about 14-day self-quarantines for those infected with Coronavirus and those they live with. But where did that number come from?
Social Distancing While Running Your Restaurant
What you need to know about how to curb transmission of Coronavirus while still operating your restaurant safely.
Have to Close Your Restaurant due to Coronavirus? Here are Tips to Make Opening Back Up Easier.
If your restaurant needs to shut down during the Coronavirus pandemic, use these tips from pros who have had to do this before during natural disasters to make your life easier when it’s time to open back up.
Don’t Try This at Home: Why We Don’t Recommend Making Your Own Hand Sanitizer
With recipes for homemade hand sanitizer popping up all over the web, we don't recommend that you try to make your own. Instead, wash your hands with soap and water.
Flattening the Curve: Slowing the Coronavirus Outbreak
Self-quarantines and cancelled events help to “flatten the curve” of outbreak, or prevent a spike in cases.
Killing Coronavirus: What Works and What Doesn’t
There’s lots of uncertainty around what kills Coronavirus on hands and surfaces. Here’s a breakdown of what kills COVID-19 and what’s just a myth.
EPA Shares List of Approved Cleaners for Killing Coronavirus
Ensure you’re using an EPA-approved cleaner on your key touch points to reduce the spread of Coronavirus.
Guest Complaints: Dos and Don’ts
When a guest calls to complain, they often just want to be heard - whether your business had anything to do with it or not. Stick to these Dos and Don’ts to create a positive customer interaction every time.
Coronavirus Facts and Fiction
With rapidly unfolding news, social media, censorship, and fear, separating fact and fiction about the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is more important than ever.
Florida’s Hep A Crisis
In the midst of the largest nationwide Hepatitis A outbreak ever, Florida’s rapid increase in confirmed cases is alarming.
Should we be looking at alternatives to romaine?
After nearly 30 recalls in 20 years, can we safely grow romaine lettuce?
E.Coli? Maybe, maybe not…
When an employee tells you they have e coli… don’t panic.
Wash your hands!
The CDC’s new handwashing campaign, “Life is Better with Clean Hands” reminds us that clean hands are the first and best tool to staying healthy.
Is it a cold or the flu: can you tell?
Knowing the difference is important to getting the right treatment, but the outcome should be the same either way: don’t go to work sick!
You may read about "WGS" vs. "PFGE" in the context of outbreaks. Do you need to care?
Whole Genomes Sequencing represents a huge leap for identifying diseases in an outbreak.
Drum roll please… the Zero Hour Health Top Ten
Every year, we keep track of what you call us about. The top health issues in 2019 reflect a changing industry and the dramatic impact of the opioid epidemic and homelessness on the communities in which you live and do business.
Is it Flu or is it Noro?
Knowing the difference between Flu and Norovirus is critical especially at this time of the year – it’s both Flu season and Noro season.
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