Lower Risk of Community Transmission • Lower Level of Community Protections. DOWNLOADABLE/PRINTABLE VERSION
Daily life resumes with increased COVID-19 awareness and monitoring.
• Schools and workplaces open and must operate safely.
• Increased gathering size.
• No restrictions on domestic travel or transportation but avoid public travel or transportation if sick.
• Continue monitoring community Risk Metrics to evaluate changes; ability to quickly rollback Allowable Activities to Phase 2, 1, or Hunker Down again if data shows worsening conditions (lower threshold would be used).
• Self-isolation and quarantine still required.
• Stay home if you’re sick, report flu-like symptoms.
• Physical distancing still encouraged.
• Wash and dry hands, cough into elbow, don’t touch your face.
In order to transition from this phase, all Phase 2 metrics are met with increases to downward trends.
• Widespread community transmission is no longer present in the MOA.
• Individual cases are identified, traced and isolated.
Phase 2: Recovery
Safety Criteria for Businesses to Reopen or Expand Operations
Effective 8:00 a.m. on Monday, May 11, 2020
Enclosed you will find the following guidelines for Phase 2 in reopening restaurants, bars & breweries. Effective Monday, May 11, 2020.
Here you will find Reopening Guidance Documents.
- Operating criteria for restaurants;
- Operating criteria for bars and breweries;
- Example of temporary occupancy posting;
- Example of symptoms notice for posting;
- Example guest log in;
- Example employee screening log;
- Example mitigation plan.
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REOPEN ALASKA PHASE 2
Alaska Hospitality Retailers board of directors continue to provide information with educational and supporting materials. We encourage all members to check with your local government as the mandates might be more restrictive in your community, and as we all know, home rule governs. We will keep you informed as the Governor and Mayor move through the different phases in reopening our industry. If you decide to open for dine-in, here you will find two (2) documents which are important tools in your road to reopening.
On April 22, Governor Dunleavy introduced Health Mandate 016: Reopen Alaska Responsible Plan. Health Mandate 016 goes into effect at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, April 24, 2020 as follows:
Reopening Alaska’s businesses is vital to the state’s economic well-being, and to the ability of Alaskans to provide for their families. At the same time, everyone shares in the obligation to keep Alaska safe and continue to combat the spread of COVID-19. As a result, businesses and employees must, to the extent reasonably feasible, continue to take reasonable care to protect their staff and operations during this pandemic. Meanwhile, all Alaskans have an obligation to help promote public health and fight this pandemic by continuing to follow public health guidance regarding sanitizing, handwashing, and use of face masks. Those that are at high risk of infection are encouraged to continue to self-quarantine, to the extent possible, and strictly follow social distancing mandates and advisories.
This section applies to restaurants only. Bars remain closed. Restaurants may resume table service dining if they meet all of requirements as specified in attachment F https://gov.alaska.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/016-Attachment-F.pdf
April 20, Mayor Berkowitz announced a roadmap to re-open Anchorage. Hunkering down has saved lives, and building on that progress by slowly reopening will require continued discipline and caution from all of us. The plan gives an overview of what the road ahead will look like, and the health metrics that will guide our way. Read the full plan here: www.muni.org/covid-19/roadmap
April 24, Today, Mayor Berkowitz released safety criteria that must be met for certain businesses to open or expand operations beginning Monday April 27, 2020. The health metrics established in the “Safe Anchorage: Roadmap to Reopening the Municipality of Anchorage” plan have been met, and indicate that the Municipality can cautiously move from Hunkering Down to “Easing” restrictions. Before Monday, the Mayor will issue an emergency order that will supersede the Hunker Down order and allow for these modifications. Press release attached and Phase 1 operating requirements. https://www.muni.org/covid-19/documents/final%20operating%20criteria%20-%20food.pdf
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