Old Stone House Museum Covid 19 Safety Plan

Covid19 or the Novel Coronavirus.

Hello Everyone,

For the health of our community, the Old Stone House Museum will follow the following precautions to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus:

Visitors

    • We ask that you wear masks in all indoor museum spaces.
    • Please maintain social distancing as you tour our grounds.
    • Access our virtual museum tour at anytime.
    • Download a copy of our self-guided tour when you come just to visit our campus.
    • Contact us to book (at least 48 hours in advance) a private museum tour for parties no larger than five people.

Office Protocol

    • DO NOT come to the office ill
    • Wash hands for a full 20 seconds upon entering and exiting the building
    • Wipe down surfaces before leaving. Surfaces include bathroom facilities, door handles, computer keyboards and mouse, railings, tabletops, etc.
    • Cover coughs
    • DO NOT shake hands, hug or be within 6 feet of other individuals
    • Wear a face mask when in the presence of others
    • Purchase and encourage the use of sanitizer for each office and common space
    • When using common areas, disinfect all areas, especially the bathroom
    • DO NOT gather in any given space of more than is recommended by the State
    • Keep at least 6 feet between people
    • Volunteers and auxiliary personnel should refrain from coming into the office unless it is their designated office day

Work

    • Work from home when possible
    • When possible, arrange phone or virtual meetings. Avoid in-person meetings
    • Check voicemail and email remotely on a daily basis
    • Only come to the office on designated office days or when otherwise scheduled

Outdoors

    • Gather in groups of no more than is recommended by the State of Vermont
    • Wear gloves when using communal tools
    • Keep a distance of at least 6 feet between each person
    • Wear face masks when in groups of 2 or more

Reassessment of Health Recommendations

Thank you!

Molly Veysey, Executive Director