IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING PACC ACTIVITIES.
AS PER DHS AND ODP GUIDLINES
As of today, Beaver county’s Covid transmission rate has spiked to 10.1 percent, therefor only 1:1 services are permitted in Beaver County. Butler, Westmoreland, and Washington Counties have experienced Covid spikes, only small groups of 3:3 are permitted. Allegheny county is at 5.1 percent, small groups of 20 are under are still permitted at this time
Risk Mitigation Strategies remain in place as PACC continues to follow ODP, PA Department of Health and Allegheny County Department of Human Services/Office of Intellectual Disability guidelines such as mask wearing, even in cars while transporting clients, temperature checks, screening questions, social distancing from others while out in the community and hand washing/hand sanitizing when soap and water is not available, etc.
PACC has an ample supply of PPE including, masks, gloves, face shields, sanitizer, etc. in the office for everyone’s use. Please stop by the Carnegie office during open hours Monday – Friday to pick up any PPE.
In accordance with the Dept of Health, COVID-19 safety restrictions have changed to allow community locations to reopen with limited operations. Therefore, at this time, PACC employees are permitted to begin to provide services out in the community again with their clients, including dining, museums, shopping, parks, gym/fitness centers, movies and theaters, etc., etc. PACC will also continue with Virtual classes, PACCTV Events.
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Important Information about COVID-19 from the CDC and information from PACC on how to stay healthy