As we continue to face the impact of COVID-19, we want to help you make the best choices as you begin to reopen your store, restaurant or office. There are many factors to consider and this is a great tool to help you make the right choices for yourself, your employees and your customers: Workplace Decision Tool.
Though some industries have certain requirements, this is what the state is requiring for all business types:
Enforce Social Distancing (six feet or more)
Provide Adequate Hand Sanitizer and Encourage Hand Washing
Ensure Proper Sanitation
Conduct Daily Temperature/Health checks
To see the timeline for reopening businesses in Kentucky and also to see more guidelines for each business type, read more here.
Signs for Your Store/Business:
Download these signs to hang at the front of your store or business to encourage self-monitoring and to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
If you own a restaurant or work in the food service industry, there are many guidelines to follow from the state and also the FDA.
Restaurants are starting with a 33% capacity rule. As much as possible, we encourage you to do business via the phone or internet. Keep in-house party sizes down to ten people or less. On top of following the minimum requirements we mentioned earlier, be sure to also read and follow all of Kentucky’s guidelines for restaurants here.
Pennyrile District Health Department is dedicated to protecting the environment, providing preventive health services, and educating our communities to promote healthier lifestyles.
Services of the Pennyrile District Health Department are available to all qualified persons regardless of race, creed, color, sex, country of origin, or disability.
Pennyrile District Health Department - (270) 388-9763
Caldwell County Health Center - (270) 365-6571
Crittenden County Health Center - (270) 965-5215
Livingston County Health Center -(270) 928-2193
Lyon County Health Center - (270) 388-9763
Trigg County Health Department - (270) 522-8121