VOLUNTEER CHECK LIST AND DON’T COME IF INFORMATION
Be certain to review the information below prior to your volunteer experience. Due to insurance regulations, children under 12 are not allowed to work in our pantry storehouse.
✔ It is recommended that you leave all personal items like purses or cell phones
at home or in your vehicle
✔ No open toed shoes or high heels are allowed in the pantry.
✔ Please bring a jacket or sweater because it can be chilly in the pantry area
and when working outdoors
✔ Rubber gloves and masks will be furnished and are required at all times while volunteering
DON’T COME IF
If you have been ill or around anyone ill within the last 24 hours... who has had any of the following symptoms you will not be allowed to volunteer.
If you have an open infected cut or boil that is draining and cannot be covered. A sore throat with fever, diarrhea, vomiting, and jaundice, you will not be allowed to volunteer.
If you have been diagnosed within the past 90-days of having (or been around someone who has) any of the following, you will not be allowed to volunteer:
Symptoms are variable including shortness of breath, coughing, headaches, high fever and others still being identified (CDC 2020)
The most common symptoms of acute gastroenteritis are diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach pain (CDC, 2010).
Clinical manifestations of hepatitis A often include the abrupt onset of fever, malaise, anorexia, nausea, and abdominal discomfort, followed within a few days by jaundice (CDC, 2010)
Most that are infected with Shigella develop diarrhea, fever, and stomach cramps starting a day or two after they are exposed to the bacteria. The diarrhea is often bloody (CDC, 2010)
The symptoms of a Shiga toxin-producing E. coli, (STEC) infections vary for each person but often include severe stomach cramps, diarrhea (often bloody), and vomiting (CDC, 2010).
SALMONELLA TYPH i
Typhoid fever has an insidious onset characterized by fever, headache, constipation, malaise, chills, and myalgia with few clinical features that reliably distinguish it from a variety of other infectious diseases (CDC, 2010).