Recovery and Reopening Businesses
State of Kansas Reopening Plan
The health and safety of our residents is a top priority for Commissioners and County officials. Sedgwick County recognizes the desire to get back to a “normal” life and is planning a way to do so safely. However, there is still no vaccine or treatment for COVID-19 and confirmed cases continue to rise in Sedgwick County.
The resources listed on this page come from national, state, and local government and from businesses.
Daily Sick Reporting Form for Businesses
Sedgwick County asks businesses for their assistance to help control the spread of disease by reporting the total number of employees who are sick each week. This will help the Health Department monitor trends in diseases, including COVID-19. This is a voluntary system; the reporting is vital in assisting the Sedgwick County Health Department (SCHD) to monitor trends in diseases, including COVID-19. All agencies and organizations in Sedgwick County are encouraged to report. Businesses that choose to report should, at a minimum, report illnesses on Thursdays to ensure comparison. Businesses can report on other days, too.
- Safe Work Playbook - A guide developed by Lear Corporation for businesses and organizations to consider when preparing to reopen.