COVID-19

Additional COVID-19 Resources from CDFA

Additional COVID-19 Resources from CDFA

With the increase in reported cases in the Sacramento Valley and Ag processing in the San Joaquin Valley, now is the time to look at your COVID-19 plans and make sure they are up to date. We offer the following from CDFA, including procedures to follow if an outbreak occurs. 

The California Department of Food and Agriculture has added two educational documents to the COVID-19 Resources for Food and Agriculture webpage: https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/coronavirus/.  The attached documents are designed to help distill the latest COVID-19 guidance and resources specific for agricultural workers into one place. 

COVID-19 Awareness for Agriculture

This document offers straightforward advice on how to prevent, educate and respond to COVID-19.

TIPS: Educating Farmworkers on COVID-19

This document reinforces and broadens the education component through highlighting what actions have worked best in the field for farmworker education.

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COVID-19 Industry Briefs for Ag

COVID-19 Industry Briefs for Ag

The Zenith is offering a series of free COVID-19 briefs for agriculture. Please see the notice below and register for these 30-minute seminars covering the recently issued CDFA guidance for Ag and OSHA inspections, COVID-19 testing and transportation. Each brief is presented by subject experts and should be highly valuable to your mill, dryer or farm. 

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New COVID-19 Restrictions for 19 Counties

New COVID-19 Restrictions for 19 Counties

On Wednesday, the Governor announced guidance instructing counties that have been on the County Monitoring List for three consecutive days or more to close indoor operations for certain sectors. Within those sectors, those that are not able to continue their business through outdoor operations must close that portion of their business effective immediately for at least three (3) weeks, in order to further mitigate the spread of the virus.  In addition, all brewpubs, breweries, bars, and pubs in these counties must close, both indoors and outdoors.

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