Harrison County Senior Centers Reopening Guidelines
The Harrison County Board of Supervisors President Connie Rockco (District 5), Vice President Beverly Martin (District 1), Rebecca Powers (District 2), Marlin Ladner (District 3), and Kent Jones (District 4) has reopened the Harrison County Senior Centers for the first time since being closed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The board has several protocols in place to protect our clients and staff.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is available for all staff and clients
PPE training has been provided and documented for all frontline staff
Transportation is available to and from the Centers
Seniors will have to bring their own snacks and cannot share
We will provide bottled water only. No other beverages will be provided
Hand Sanitizer is readily available
There is a plan in place for the sanitation of each center which shall include, but not be limited to, how often staff will clean the facility as well as social distancing for seating and activity areas. There is a plan in place detailing the number of clients allowed into a center at a given time while maintaining seating of 6-feet apart in addition to signage throughout the center reminding clients of the 6-feet social distancing recommendations per CDC guidelines
Signage is posted at each center regarding (i) handwashing, and (ii) a notice to clients exhibiting any COVID related symptoms that they will not be allowed to enter facility per CDC guidelines
On-site temperature checks will be conducted daily and documented twice a day
Each client must sign a Release and Indemnity Agreement with a copy of said Release and Indemnity Agreement being provided to the client and Senior Resources Agency
Please call Harrison County Senior Resources Agency at 228-896-0214 for more information.