With essential workers permitted to continue to work to keep the country safe and home, these valued workers have higher potential for exposure to COVID-19. The CDC issued guidelines to implement safety practices for critical infrastructure workers who may be exposed to people suspected or confirmed with Covid-19.  

CDC Guidelines for Critical Workers

Additionally, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ensures the safety and health of working conditions of the American people. The following link issues guidance on preparing workplaces for Covid-19. 

OSHA Guidance in Workplace PDF  

CISA (Cyber + Infrastructure) is part of the Department of Homeland Security, and is the nation’s risk advisor.  They work with partners to defend against today’s threats, and collaborate to build more secure and resilient infrastructure for the future.  This site details the 16 essential critical infrastructure sectors assisting in vital assets, systems and networks in battling COVID-19. 

CISA Identifying Critical Infrastructure