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COVID-19 Scenarios and Instructions for City of Bryan Employees

What to Do at Any Time, 24 Hours a Day

For 24-hour assistance and questions about COVID scenarios and general instructions, the City of Bryan’s guidelines to follow are here:

  • **In all scenarios, positive cases must be immediately reported to your Supervisor and a COVID-19 Reporting Form must be completed.

    Fill out the Reporting Form

  • *Direct/Close Contact is generally within 6 feet for at least 15 minutes (or cumulative 15 minutes within 6 feet over 24 hours) with an individual who is positive; other scenarios may be deemed applicable by HR to be a direct contact.
  • **In all quarantine situations, the employee may work remotely, if applicable and authorized by executive director, in lieu of paid or unpaid leave. A telecommuting policy form is required.**

You have tested POSITIVE for COVID

What to Do First:

  1. Notify your supervisor immediately.
  2. Complete Reporting Form (Click Here)

What to Do Next:

  • Quarantine for at least 5 days from date of positive test
  • Employee may return to work, after the 5-day isolation:
    • If asymptomatic or symptoms have resolved and
    • Employee practices strict social distancing and
    • Employee WEARS A MASK around others for 5 additional days

You have/had direct contact/exposure to a POSITIVE (including a Household Member)

What to Do First:

  1. Notify your supervisor immediately.
  2. Complete Reporting Form (Click Here)

What to Do Next:

If Employee is Symptomatic

  • Employee should stay home until symptoms have resolved
  • Employee may return to work:
    • When symptoms have resolved and
    • Employee practices strict social distancing and
    • Employee WEARS A MASK around others for 10 days from most recent exposure

If Employee is Asymptomatic

  • Employee should monitor for symptoms for 10 days from most recent exposure
  • Employee may remain at work if:
    • Employee continues to have no symptoms and
    • Employee practices strict social distancing and
    • Employee WEARS A MASK around others for 10 days from most recent exposure
    • If symptoms develop, stay home, consult your healthcare provider and contact Human Resources immediately with an update
  • *A COVID test is recommended, not required, on day 5 after exposure.