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California Animal Sheltering during COVID-19 Weekly Call - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie Johnson
08:04
I have PTSD
Kaylee Hawkins
08:05
It was LOUD
Mandy Newkirk
08:11
Low key and beautiful
Denise Woodside
08:15
Good Morning all. It was good.
Allison Cardona
08:31
Reflective
Joy Smith
08:45
It was peaceful. A full moon ride up a mountain in Nevada
Phillip Zimmerman
08:46
46 dogs and 9 cats in the shelter today!
Julie Johnson
09:12
We have over 120 right now
Cynthia Karsten
13:57
The article that Kate was referring to:
Cynthia Karsten
14:02
https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/07/reopening-psychological-morass/613858/
Julie Johnson
14:37
Great points
Joy Smith
19:39
Apparently my audio and video is not working. Must be my connection here. We had a similar situation but we were notified of the positive test just before the adoption so we delayed the adoption for two weeks. We created a document for the adopter to inform them and sign.
Maria Solacito
20:06
Who has it in their new protocols to ask customers to disclose information of possible exposure? and are the ones exposed declined service?
Joy Smith
20:32
I am seriously concerned that we will have a staff member get covid. I believe it's a matter of "when" not "if"
Tina Reddington
20:41
We have it Dr. S. And we don't decline but we take a different pathway for their service
Phillip Zimmerman
20:51
Thanks Julie
Joy Smith
21:44
We are having everyone that enters the shelter complete a short survey about if they've had a fever, etc, etc.
Maria Solacito
22:01
Thanks Tina and Joy.
Tina Reddington
22:22
Also, all staff have to complete a self certification form daily to confirm whether or not they have any symptoms, fever check, etc
Elisa Martin
28:03
OHHH I really like that.
Brett Yates
30:06
From the MFA side, I agree with Staycee that the microchip is not proof of ownership
Cynthia Karsten
36:48
National Shelter Medicine Rounds is held on the same Zoom link for every session:https://zoom.us/j/520278731Meeting ID: 520 278 731One tap mobile+19292056099,,520278731# US (New York)+16699006833,,520278731# US (San Jose)
Cynthia Karsten
37:02
1 pm PST
Joy Smith
37:15
Here's a WWYD (what would you do?). I have an RVT that comes in one day a week to work in our spay/neuter clinic. Last Thursday she called in sick with fever and GI sxs. They resolved in 36 hours. She just contacted her dr yesterday but hasn't heard back. She has not been tested. Am I being way too over cautious to ask for a negative test before she comes back to our clinic?
Joy Smith
38:23
That's what I'm feeling too Julie.
Phillip Zimmerman
39:40
Our employees are asked to stay home for 14 days and/or seek a test - most all of our employees can work remotely
Tina Reddington
40:10
our organization has given all staff 14 covid related days off
Tina Reddington
40:17
after that its unpaid time off
Julie Johnson
40:34
Agree Phillip
Julie Johnson
44:22
We do daily temp checks too
Joy Smith
44:55
Thanks everyone for the great info.
Phillip Zimmerman
47:26
I have to jump off and take a call - have a great week everyone - see you soon!
Cynthia Karsten
52:01
The Daily Podcast interview with a Police Union Leader - a really good listen:
Cynthia Karsten
52:08
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/29/podcasts/the-daily/defund-police-union-rayshard-brooks.html
Allison Cardona
59:12
Yes
Julie Johnson
01:02:16
We do that too Staycee :-)
Mandy Newkirk
01:02:53
and maybe a chance to report out in All Staff meetings too
Julie Johnson
01:05:09
Loved this call---Take Care Everyone
Jill Tucker
01:05:12
Thank you!!
Joy Smith
01:05:18
Thanks all!