SAGINAW, MI — The Saginaw County Health Department has launched an online tool for businesses with employees who have tested positive for COVID-19.
The tool was launched to assist businesses in complying with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-161 Safeguards to Protect Michigan’s Workers from COVID-19. The governor’s order requires that all businesses immediately and confidentially notify the local public health department when an employee is identified with a confirmed case of coronavirus.
Businesses with knowledge of a confirmed COVID-19 positive employee should visit www.saginawpublichealth.org, go to the “Information for Businesses and Employers” section of the coronavirus page to complete the COVID-19 Reporting Form in its entirety, and submit it to the health department within 24 hours of notification. Submission can be completed by using the “SUBMIT” button on the form or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Businesses may contact the Saginaw County Health Department at 989-758-3887 with questions regarding the form or reporting process.
The form is available at http://www.saginawpublichealth.org/coronavirus/report-new-covid-19-case/.
As of Monday, Aug. 24, Saginaw County has had 2,250 positive cases of coronavirus, 127 of which have resulted in death.
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