Brookfield Businesses OPEN FOR BUSINESS!!! Please consult your local business for any Social Distancing policies.
Per Linn County Commission and the Linn County Health Department, Linn County has fallen under Governor Parson's "Show-Me Strong Recovery Plan", with Phase 2 guidelines having been implemented as of June 16. The link to the Governor's Plan is: https://showmestrong.mo.gov. HERE IS THE GOVERNOR'S STATEMENT In light of the expiration of Executive Order 20-09, it is still recommended that Missourians limit our activity and interactions and continue to maintain social distancing and practice good hygiene to protect our neighbors and ourselves. More prescriptive requirements may exist in your community, and individuals are encouraged to check local public health authorities for further guidance.
Businesses It is recommended that businesses continue to:
Implement basic infection prevention measures informed by industry best practices
Modify physical workspaces to maximize social distancing
Minimize business travel
Develop an infectious disease preparedness and response plan, including policies and procedures for workforce contact tracing when an employee tests positive for COVID-19
Monitor workforce for indicative symptoms. Do not allow symptomatic people to physically return to work until cleared by a medical provider
Develop, implement, and communicate about workplace flexibilities and protections
Communities It is recommended that communities continue to:
Closely monitor and track the containment, spread, and any resurgence of COVID-19, and adjust plans as necessary
Limit situations where citizens cannot maintain social distancing, to include places of worship
Facilitate widespread testing of symptomatic and asymptomatic citizens
Work to protect the most vulnerable populations
Citizens It is recommended that citizens continue to:
Stay home if they feel sick
Practice good hygiene
Avoid socializing in groups that do not readily allow for appropriate physical distancing.
Maximize physical distance from others when in public (parks, outdoor recreation areas, shopping areas, etc.)
Minimize travel to the extent possible
Take enhanced precautionary measures to mitigate the risks of contracting COVID-19 if they are elderly or otherwise vulnerable populations
AND SO IT IS WITH THE GOVERNOR'S PHASE 2 GUIDLEINES AND THE ABOVE RECOMMENDATIONS, THAT THE CITY OF BROOKFIELD IS BACK OPEN FOR BUSINESS!!
AND AS SUCH, THE PRIOR LISTINGS OF BROOKFIELD BUSINESS' ADJUSTED HOURS AND OPERATIONAL POLICIES, HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM THE CHAMBER WEBSITE.
Thank You to all of the Brookfield businesses who participated in submitting and updating their modified business information during this unprecedented time of business and personal adjustments and unification! Your Brookfield Chamber