MASK OFF…MAYBE. Following California’s Department of Public Health guidance and State regulations, it is now permissible for vaccinated persons to NOT wear masks while inside CPC’s building. According to the new rules effective today, only unvaccinated persons are required to mask in all Indoor Public Settings (examples: college buildings, retail, restaurants, theaters, family entertainment centers, meetings, state and local government offices serving the public). Fully vaccinated individuals are recommended to continue indoor masking when the risk may be high. If you are unvaccinated or if there is a need to wear a mask, surgical masks or higher-level respirators (e.g., N95s, KN95s, KF94s) with good fit are highly recommended.
Please continue to stay safe and avoid COVID-19 by social distancing, handwashing, cover coughs and sneezes, avoid touching your face, and please remember to stay home if you have any COVID-related symptoms!
MASK ON…MASK OFF…MASK ON AGAIN…
Unfortunately, COVID-19 remains a serious public health threat. New variants of the virus, like Omicron, continue impacting the unvaccinated population and are even producing breakthrough infections in vaccinated individuals. To help protect the health of those at the CPC campus, CPC will follow or exceed guidelines from county, state and federal authorities concerning face coverings and encourages all who are eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Currently, the California Department of Public Health requires individuals, vaccinated and unvaccinated, to wear masks in public indoor spaces. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also recommends that all individuals wear face coverings in public indoor spaces.
Due to these regulations and the current rise in cases and hospitalizations related to COVID-19 in San Bernardino County, effective immediately CPC requires that everyone entering CPC must wear a mask regardless of vaccination status unless socially distanced or actively eating or drinking. This requirement will remain in effect until further notice and will follow county, state and federal regulations.
Please continue social distancing, handwashing, and remember to stay home if you have any Covid related symptoms!
For more information, please read CPC’s Covid-19 Worksite Specific Plan for answers to any and all questions on how CPC is operating to keep its students, faculty and staff safe when on campus.
PHYSICAL DISTANCING, MASKS and VISITOR RESTRICTIONS
Physical distancing and barrier requirements regardless of employee vaccination status are no longer required by Cal/OSHA. However, physical distancing measures we have in place are still recommended at this time; it is recommended that unvaccinated persons physically distance indoors, where they are required to wear a face covering, to the extent possible.
CPC will evaluate the need to reinstate physical distancing and/or the use of barriers if there is an outbreak on campus (3 or more cases in an exposed group of employees) or there is a major outbreak (20 or more cases in an exposed group of employees).
Restrictions for visitors of employees have been lifted. Vendors and contractors will continue to check in at the front desk.
The CPC COVID Response Team will continue to monitor the course of the pandemic, including the Delta variant, and will modify this policy as necessary to adapt to changing circumstances and guidance.
Thank you for your flexibility in the face of evolving circumstances. We appreciate the many ways in which the campus community has come together to support the student experience during this time.
We hope you are having a wonderful Holiday break and are staying safe. When you return to campus, remember that the front desk staff and administration are here to serve you and wish you relief and peace of mind during these difficult times.
Your education and safety is always our top priority. That’s why we take the utmost care to follow strict safety and sanitation procedures on our campus during this winter surge of the pandemic, including:
Increased frequency of cleaning and disinfecting;
Stocking our janitor closets, bathrooms and classrooms with sufficient amounts of EPA approved, CDC recommended cleaning products and hand sanitizers;
Front entrance screening and maintaining mask and social distancing requirements; and
Ongoing monitoring of the situation and communication with teachers and staff to ensure the safety of all on campus.
Please refer toCPC’s Covid-19 Worksite Specific Plan for answers to any and all questions on how CPC is operating to keep its students, faculty and staff safe when on campus. Again, if you need to be on campus when you are training as a first responder, taking a required lab, or working on campus (assisting us to keep up operations as an essential business), then you must familiarize yourself with the Plan and follow its guidelines.
If you need anything further, please do not hesitate to call the front desk at (909) 370-4800 and ask for the administrator on duty and we will do all we can to assist you.
When allowed and before returning to campus all faculty, staff and students must complete CPC’s Covid-19 Training. To complete this training on-line, please click on the following link: CPC Covid-19 Training
In addition, please refer toCPC’s Covid-19 Worksite Specific Plan for answers to any and all questions on how CPC is operating to keep its students, faculty and staff safe when on campus. Again, if you need to be on campus when you are training as a first responder, taking a required lab, or working on campus (assisting us to keep up operations as an essential business), then you must familiarize yourself with the Plan and follow its guidelines.
Thank-you and Keep Safe!
Due to visitation restrictions created by COVID-19, visits are by appointment only between 8am and 5pm on Mondays through Thursdays. Zoom meeting appointments are also available.
For more CPC Covid-19 updates from the past, “click here.”
CPC's Covid-19 Worksite Specific Plan
The Plan provides guidelines and requirements on how CPC is operating to keep its students, faculty and staff safe when on campus.