The health and safety of our employees and guests is our number one priority. These guidelines pertain to all CCCC employees and Service Partners.
Per WV Governor's Executive Order
Statewide Indoor Face Covering Requirement (Amended June 20, 2021)
On Sunday, June 20, 2021, Gov. Justice announced that he has signed an executive order, officially lifting West Virginia’s Statewide Indoor Face Covering Requirement for all residents, regardless of vaccination status.
The CCCC Event Coordinators will work with Event Planners of specific events and participants to assure . We will continue to work with each event planner and recommend In public areas event attendees practice physical distancing by standing at least six feet from other groups of people while standing in lines, using elevators or moving around the property . Table rounds, chairs, seating areas and other physical layouts will be arranged to ensure appropriate distancing as directed by the event planner. All meeting rooms will comply with, or exceed, local or state mandated occupancy limits. Non-contracted spaces will be monitored by staff. Employees will be reminded not to touch their faces and to practice physical distancing by standing at least six feet away from guests and other employees whenever possible.
Hand sanitizer dispensers, touchless whenever possible, will be placed at key guest and employee entrances and contact areas such as reception areas, entrances, stairs, elevator, escalator landings in CCCC public spaces.
Public Spaces and Communal Front of the House Areas
The CCCC staff conducts daily cleaning of all door handles throughout the facility. The frequency of cleaning and sanitizing has been increased in all public spaces with an emphasis on frequent contact surfaces including countertops, escalators, elevators, and elevator buttons, vending machines, door handles, public bathrooms, ATMs, stair and escalator handrails, dining surfaces, all seating areas and tables.
Front of the House Signage
Health and hygiene reminders will be placed throughout the property including the proper way to wear, handle and dispose of masks. Posted signage and electronic signs will also be used for messaging and communication.
If we are alerted to a presumptive case of COVID-19 at the CCCC, we will work with the Kanawha County Health Department to follow the appropriate actions recommended.