State starts to open, slowly, with conditions
8 May 2020
Business, Community, Economic Development, Government
By Carol Anderson, Guest Columnist
The state is slowly starting to reopen. The Governor now is allowing for elective surgeries to resume as well as customer-facing retail businesses that sell goods if they engage in curbside or outside pickup and delivery. There are restrictions that do apply such as they cannot permit customers to enter the business premises.
The business has to have created a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan that follows the Minnesota Department of Health and the CDC guidelines and meets OSHA standards. Also they are following the health and safety protocols outline in the Executive Order 20-48, including conduction of health screenings of workers.
Examples of what a business can do: