COVID-19 Resources for Employees

City Manager Mary Bunting reminds Virginians of the importance of wearing face masks, keeping physical distance, and continuing sanitizing practices. As case counts rise in our region, we are more likely to have employees who are exposed to individuals who test positive for COVID-19. Therefore, the city manager emphasizes our organizational approach when notified about potential or actual exposures. You can read her latest message online.

Hampton city offices going to appointment only

Surge in COVID-19 cases: As COVID-19 rates increased in Hampton and the region, Hampton city offices is requiring appointments for most residents and others who need to conduct business with the city as of Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021. This will increase safety for both customers and staff, ensuring that people don’t need to wait long in offices. Further, the city will facilitate as many transactions as possible online, via phone, or with dropboxes for paperwork. More information

Supervisor/manager information when an employee has Covid-19, Covid-19 symptoms or may have been exposed to a potential external Covid-19 source

If you are unsure if you have had an exposure risk, please contact the City’s CIU team via email for further review and guidance.

Employee Information

How NOT to wear a covid mask
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