Steps City employees are taking to reduce the likelihood of spreading or contracting the flu

The City of Minneapolis is committed to providing essential services to our residents, businesses and visitors. To ensure the City can continue providing basic municipal services, City employees are taking steps to ensure their offices are healthy environments for visitors and employees.

If you visit a City office, you should know that employees have been asked to:

If you need emergency medical assistance, you should know that first responders may:

The City of Minneapolis recognizes that its police officers, firefighters and first-responders perform jobs that bring them in close physical proximity to infectious individuals. In order to ensure that first-responders are healthy and available to provide the public with emergency assistance, they have been asked to take these precautions. That’s also why many first-responders have received both the seasonal flu and the H1N1 flu vaccination.

Last updated Sep 7, 2016



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