Bluecrew's priority is the health and safety of our crew and clients. If you have tested positive for COVID-19, here's a link to the CDC's guide on what to do if you are sick. Please call your doctor first and they will direct you on next steps. You need to follow your doctor's advice for your own health concerns, as well as for care of your family and co-workers.

Out of an abundance of caution, we would like you to stay off work based on the guidelines below.

If you live in California:

Per Cal/OSHA guidelines, it is recommended that you quarantine for 10 days.

If you do not live in California:

Per current CDC guidelines, it is recommended that you quarantine for 5 days.

Once you have quarantined for the recommended time, please fill out this form and indicate one of the following:

  • Test results indicating you are negative for Sars COVID-19 (Note: Test results must contain your name, the date of the test, and the result. At this time, at-home test results cannot be accepted)

  • Or, confirmation that you have completed the prescribed quarantine guidelines in your region (we’ve included these guidelines as an attachment for your reference)

  • A doctor's note* clearing you to work and confirming that you are not showing symptoms of a cold, flu, or COVID-19 (coronavirus)

If you have been exposed to someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19, or have symptoms, but have not tested positive for COVID-19, it is recommended that you quarantine for 5 days, regardless of the state in which you live.

Once you have quarantined for the recommended time, please fill out this form and indicate one of the following:

  • Test results indicating you are negative for Sars COVID-19 (Note: Test results must contain your name, the date of the test, and the result. At this time, at-home test results cannot be accepted)

  • Or, confirmation that you have completed the prescribed quarantine guidelines in your region (we’ve included these guidelines as an attachment for your reference)

  • A doctor's note* clearing you to work and confirming that you are not showing symptoms of a cold, flu, or COVID-19 (coronavirus)

*A Dr’s note includes: a note from a medical practitioner; the VA; a healthcare clinic; mobile healthcare facility; or telemedicine service in the form of a photocopy of a written form, text confirmation, or email with your personal contact details and the provider's contact information.

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