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Updated 08/20/2021
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White Pass Village Inn Covid-19 Safety Procedures
We have taken the following precautions to improve guest and employee health and safety:
-All units and common use areas are sanitized regularly pre and post guest check-out using disinfectant products that have been pre-approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for use against emerging viral pathogens.
-Linens are professionally cleaned by an outsourced vendor.
-Housekeeping staff is properly trained on a regular basis in the use of disinfectants and above standard cleaning procedures.  Staff wears gloves and masks for cleaning at all times.
-Public spaces and the front desk are cleaned and sanitized frequently as well as high touch areas including:  Lobby, desk, door handles, and unit keys.

Owners and Guests:
-All unvaccinated WPVI Owners and Guests should wear masks when outside of their units.
     -WPVI will post COVID-19 safety signage throughout the property.
-All WPVI Owners and Guests must practice social distancing when utilizing the pool and pool deck area.
-All WPVI units will be cleaned and disinfected under standard WPVI best practices.

-Ensure unvaccinated WPVI employees wear a mask while working on the property.
     -WPVI provides masks and face coverings for all employees and potential guests/owners
-Verify vaccination status before lifting WPVI employee mask requirements and be able to show the process used for verifications.
     -Acceptable types of vaccination include:
          -Vaccine card or photo of vaccine card.
          -Documentation from a health care provider.
          -State immunization information system record.
          -A hard copy or electronically signed self-attestation from employee
-Although fully vaccinated WPVI employees are no longer required to wear a face covering, mask use may still be required or encouraged.
-Ensure WPVI employees practice social distancing while at work, including in the office, in units, and in staff breakroom.
-Provide hand-washing facilities and supplies.
-Train employees to recognize and respond to workplace hazards, including COVID-19.
-Assess recognized hazardsw, including COVID-19, as part of the ongoing requirement to provide a safe and healthful workplace and, where appropriate, take additional steps to protect unvaccinated employees.
-Keep employees with possible or confirmed cases of COVID-19 from working around guests or other employees.
-Notify WPVI employees in writing within one business day if someone they had close contact with tests positive for COVID-19 (without disclosing the person's identity).

**Management will monitor emerging information on Best Practices with regard to COVID-19 and update this plan when necessary.**