The Johnson County Board of County Commissioners and the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment strongly recommend that Johnson County residents and businesses continue to adhere to the Ad Astra: A Plan to Reopen Kansas recommendations. By not placing county orders ourselves, we are relying on Johnson County residents and businesses to demonstrate responsibility, without enforcement, and exercise caution and consideration.
In addition, the BOCC has approved the following expectations for Johnson County businesses and residents from May 28, 2020, through June 11, 2020, now that all businesses have been allowed to reopen.
|Expectations for individuals||Expectations for businesses||Expectations for employers||Expectations for educational facilities|
|No mass gatherings over 45||All open||Can begin reducing telework||K-12 facilities follow the Continuous Learning Plan|
|Barrier masks||Follow public health guidelines||Avoid groups of more than 45 employees in one location closer than 6 ft||Multiple jurisdictions - follow directives for district office jurisdiction|
|6 ft physical distancing||6 ft physical distancing||Maintain 6 ft between workstations||Higher ed - remain closed for in-person learning|
|Special concern if high-risk||KDHE cleaning practices||Sick employees should stay home||Higher ed - limit events to 45 people|
|Personal hygiene||Avoid groups of more than 45 in one location closer than 6 ft||Sick employees should call health care provider||Childcare facilities follow state and local regulations|
|Stay home if sick||Restaurants maintain 6 ft physical distance between tables or use barriers||Follow KDHE guidelines for work travel to high risk areas|
|Follow travel guidelines||Religious institutions/activities exempt, use physical distancing|