If your ministry has the desire and capability to provide temporary child care, you should consider the following points to protect your people and the children in your care.
We've gathered resources and articles in one spot to help your ministry during this time of COVID-19 in the U.S. From preventing the spread of the disease to finding creative ways to continue to minister to your congregation, stop by frequently for new posts. (Posted March 2, 2020 - Last update March 31, 2020)
Many ministries are inquiring whether they are covered for claims arising from COVID-19. Here is a general overview about what insurance potentially may or may not cover.
To help keep your employees, volunteers, students, and ministry attendees healthy, learn more about the preventive steps your organization can take to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus by visiting these CDC web pages:
Look for reports from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and information from your state and local health and emergency preparedness officials. Look for reports from the CDC and information from your state and local health and emergency preparedness officials. The CDC issues updates about U.S. cases of coronavirus at noon, Monday through Friday, at CDC Updated Report. The CDC issues updates about U.S cases of coronavirus at noon, Mondays through Fridays, at CDC Updated Report.
Used with Permission CDC.gov Posted March 2, 2020 - Last update March 27, 2020
The information provided in this article is intended to be helpful, but it does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for the advice from a licensed attorney in your area. We strongly encourage you to regularly consult with a local attorney as part of your risk management program.
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