Utah County nonprofits prepared in case of health emergency

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Utah County nonprofit agencies appear to be geared up and prepared for whatever may come concerning the COVID-19 virus.

Karen McCandless, director of Community Action Services and Food Bank, says having hand sanitizer and face masks is just part of her daily routine, COVID-19 or not.

Community Action Services

“With the population we work with, practicing hand washing has always happened,” McCandless said. “We have hand sanitizer and masks already. We’ve had permanent hand sanitizer machines for more than seven years. Our volunteers already wear gloves.”

McCandless said if employees or volunteers feel ill they are not to come to work and they will not need a doctor’s note to get back in if they are self-quarantined.

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