VISITOR EXPECTATIONS • Limit or prohibit visitors; and
• Post visible entry point signage for students, personnel, and visitors describing shared on- campus responsibilities, to include guidance regarding proper hygiene and sanitization, physical distancing and PPE guidance, staying home if feeling sick, information on how and when to report concerns, and other information as appropriate or required. FOOD SERVICES • Follow Washington State reopening guidelines for restaurants, except as provided below; • Limit capacity of the dining area to no more than fifty percent and enforce such limit (e.g., enforced at point of entry with clickers); • Allow only those who share a bedroom and family members who reside together to be within six feet of one another while dining. For purposes of this proclamation, “family member” means an aunt, child, cousin, domestic partner, grandchild, grandparent, parent, sibling, spouse, or uncle, whether biological, adoptive, step, foster, de facto, in loco parentis, or by guardianship. For purposes of this proclamation, members of a fraternity, sorority, or similar organization are not family members by virtue of their membership in the organization. An institution may provide authorization to the members of a university-sanctioned cohort of up to five persons to be within six feet of one another while dining, provided that the members are separated by physical barriers to prevent droplet spread. Those who share a bedroom and family members who reside together are not required to be separated by physical barriers; • Implement floor markings to promote physical distancing; • Post signs to remind students/personnel of physical distancing, PPE requirements, and to use hand sanitizer; • Complete routine sanitization of high-touch surfaces and shared resources (e.g., door handles, points of sales); • Restrict cash payments; allow payments only by card or contactless payment; and • Require all patrons to wear cloth face coverings except while eating. FURTHERMORE , because higher education student congregate living settings have experienced multiple outbreaks of COVID-19 and present an ongoing serious risk of subsequent outbreaks, fraternities, sororities, and other organizations that provide higher education student congregate housing that is similarly organized and administered are prohibited from providing housing to higher education students or any other individuals unless they implement, follow, and enforce the requirements specified below inside their houses and, for fraternities and sororities, require any members who live together in live-out, annex, or alternate properties outside of their main houses to implement, follow, and enforce such requirements in such properties, subject to any directions, requirements, or exceptions issued by, in order of precedence, the Governor, the Secretary of Health, a local health officer, or a delegate of thereof. Fraternities, sororities, and other organizations that provide higher education student congregate housing that is similarly organized and administered are exempt from the prohibition set out in Proclamation 20-19, et seq., including 20-19.4 Evictions and Related Housing Practices , to the extent it would preclude discontinuing providing housing to residents due to a violation of the requirements of this proclamation.
Made with FlippingBook - professional solution for displaying marketing and sales documents online