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Gray areas exist in business response to COVID-19 exposure

Door County Public Health and the Door County Medical Center held a virtual town hall to address various COVID-19 topics earlier this week. One of the discussion threads centered around how businesses should react to virus exposure. Public Health Director Sue Powers said it is not a requirement for a company that has a staff member test positive to shut down operations. Each case is unique, and public health will help craft a plan for each workplace dealing with the situation. Powers also talked about how to handle when a customer tests positive. 


At the beginning of the town hall, DCMC President Brian Stephens noted that there were fewer participants than in past events, which suggests that area businesses are becoming more confident in the steps they’ve taken to mitigate COVID-19 spread.


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