The Canyon Lake POA announced that it has received notification that an employee of the POA has tested positive for COVID-19. “We want to use the utmost caution in this situation, as well as keep our staff healthy and minimize risk, the POA stated in its notice.
The notice further stated that the POA offices have been sanitized per Cal-Osha guidelines, and are sanitized daily as part of the POA’s normal protocols.
The staff members who were potentially exposed to the employee have been informed and contact tracing of the exposure has been done, according to the POA.
Since the exposure came from outside of the POA offices, the POA said that its office will remain open.
The office hours for the next week have been modified to the following schedule:
Normal business hours will resume on Monday, November 30.
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