Released on June 2, 2021 - 2:45pm

Mayor Craig A. Moe has signed Executive Order No. 2021-11, which will revise the Personal Wellness Check-In Guidelines for all City Facilities, and took effect on June 1, 2021:

“Pursuant to the powers granted to me by Section 2-176 and Section 2-177 of the Laurel City Code, I, Craig A. Moe, Mayor of the City of Laurel hereby establish the Revised Personnel Wellness Check-In Guidelines for all City of Laurel Elected Officials, City Employees and vendors that will enter an City of Laurel Building/Facility.

As the transmission of the COVID-19 contines to drop at the State, County and City level, the attached Revised Personnel Wellness Check-In Guidelines shall be followed.  As you will note, we have established two levels, one for those elected officials and employees that have been fully vaccinated and those elected officals and employees that have not been fully vaccinated.

This Executive Order supersedes Exective Order No. 2020-07, COVID-19 Personnel Wellness Check-In Policy. These new guidelines will go into effect June 1, 2021 and shall remain in effect until further notice.

See Attachment: Personnel Wellness Check-In Guidelines.”

 

Thank you to the Laurel community and visitors at our facilities for your cooperation and assistance to keep the Laurel community safe during the last year and a half.

If you have any questions regarding this Executive Order, please call the Mayor’s Office at 301-725-5300 ext. 2125.

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