COVID-19 RESPONSE IMPLEMENTATION AND PLANNING EFFORTS IN TRIBAL FOOD SERVICE FACILITIES
The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) is working in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to explore current COVID-19 pandemic response implementation and planning efforts, specifically for Tribal food service facilities. This includes restaurants, grocery stores, and any establishments that serve food to the community. The purpose of this survey is to connect with Tribal environmental health departments and foodservice facility operators to identify current strategies, policies, and procedures being implemented by Tribal health departments to ensure safe reopening and continued operations for Tribal food facilities.
NIHB will use the information gathered from the survey to identify Tribally-specific sanitation and infection control protocols in food facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The identified protocols will contribute to developing guidelines for the safe reopening, occupancy, and operation of Tribal facilities, utilities, and building infrastructure.
This survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Please complete ONE survey for your facility.
If you have any questions, please contact Brett Weber (BWeber@nihb.org) or Audrianna Marzette (email@example.com). Your participation is greatly appreciated.