Are you an "essential worker"?
The following list of sectors and identified essential critical infrastructure workers are an initial recommended set and are intended to be overly inclusive reflecting the diversity of industries across the United States. CISA will continually solicit and accept feedback on the list (both sectors/sub sectors and identified essential workers) and will evolve the list in response to stakeholder feedback. We will also use our various stakeholder engagement mechanisms to work with partners on how they are using this list and share those lessons learned and best practices broadly. We ask that you share your feedback, both positive and negative on this list so we can provide the most useful guidance to our critical infrastructure partners. Source: https://www.cisa.gov/publication/guidance-essential-critical-infrastructure-workforce
HEALTHCARE / PUBLIC HEALTH
LAW ENFORCEMENT, PUBLIC SAFETY, FIRST RESPONDERS
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
WATER AND WASTEWATER
Employees needed to operate and maintain drinking water and wastewater/drainage infrastructure, including:
TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS
COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OTHER COMMUNITY-BASED GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL BASE
3/30/2020 12:14:57 pm
You really need to make an announcement to shut down salons and barber shops there is no way salons 10 work and use the CDC guidelines given I am a hairdresser of 38 years and would like to see this happen for the sake of the clients and the sake of the stylist
3/30/2020 12:39:08 pm
To be clear, it is only a government entity who could make that call. The Chamber of Commerce is an independent non-profit business association.
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