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COVID Signs Displaying Rules for Checking In and Taking Temperatures

Businesses can display functional signage to help guide people through checking in at various locations. These COVID signs can show the rules for the check in process, which should include taking temperatures. So with these types of signage businesses can maintain customer and staff safety and reduce exposure risk.

COVID Signs for Essential Measures Like Taking Temperatures

It is slow the spread week for Premium Sign Solutions and as such we are sharing how businesses and establishments can do their part in the effort to reduce the risks posed by COVID-19.

We all welcome the opening of establishments and public spaces, having nearly gone stir crazy cooped up during lockdown/shelter-in-place. Nonetheless there are very understandable apprehensions regarding coronavirus. It is still out there and people need to continue social distancing and wearing masks. Establishments should check people’s temperatures, encourage distancing. Restaurants should promote take outs and deliveries as well as outdoor dining options. This is not the time for carelessness on anyone’s part. So we must pitch in as individuals and communities.

Safety signs are one way of doing that, which we as a sign company are understandably emphasizing. These can be displayed as outdoor signs or indoor signs. Custom banners, vinyl graphics and kiosks can be utilized as they are easy to set up.

While everyone at this point has probably heard of the best practices, whether or not they choose to comply, it is still helpful to provide visual reminders and encouragement. After all, no one is perfect and people can get sloppy or forgetful in the heat of the moment. So use signs to inform everyone on what they have to do!

Looking for COVID signs? Contact Premium Sign Solutions.  Southern California Sign Company based in San Fernando Valley.

For further information, the California Department of Public Health has the latest COVID-19 facts.