COVID-19 Policies

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AHA's COVID-19 policy is based on the CDCs community transmission map.

Masking Policy

High Community Transmission

  • Masks are required for all when visiting AHA.
  • High filtration (e.g. N95, KN95) masks are required for members staffing public events (open hours, repairsday, etc...)

Medium Community Transmission

  • Masks are recommended for all when visiting AHA.
  • Masks are required for members staffing public events (open hours, repairsday, etc...)

Low Community Transmission

  • Masks are welcome when visiting AHA.
  • Masks are recommended for members staffing public events (open hours, repairsday, etc...)

Pandemic Declared Over / No Data

This policy will be revisited at the following members meeting.

Contact Tracing

High and Medium Community Transmission

All visitors to AHA are asked to sign with the following information:

  • Name
  • Date/Time
  • Contact Method

Low Community Transmission and Below

Sign in is not required.

Exposure Procedure

Anyone who has accessed the space agrees to notify the Health Safety Officer (Joe Dohm) if they develop COVID-19 symptoms within 7 days of accessing the space. In this event, anyone who accessed the space in the four days after the symptomatic person’s access will be notified. All parties anonymity will be maintained.

Capacity Limits

High and Medium Community Transmission

The following capacity limits are observed:

  • Printer/Electronics Area: 5 people
  • Loud Noise Room: 5 people
  • Common Area: 5 people
  • Classroom: 7 people

Low Community Transmission and Below

Capacity limits are removed.