• Warehouse Manager - Logistics, Shipping, Receiving - Westfield Center, OH. JOB 22-00026

    Salary Range: $60K - $70K - Permanent Position with Benefits.

    A manufacturer of custom exhibits & environments is seeking to hire a Warehouse Manager to oversee and manage logistics as well as the shipping & receiving departments. Candidates that have industry experience is a big plus.

    REQUIREMENTS
    Associates degree or equivalent experience.
    The position will have to supervise 1 to 2 people.
    This person will be in charge of making outbound and inbound freight arrangements.
    Securing freight quotes and tracing shipments
    5 to 10 years of experience in managing shipping or receiving departments with logistics experience.
    Produce accurate daily shipping and receiving reports.
    Manage the work and overall organization in our warehouse.
    Must have above average PC skills and very familiar with Windows environment.
    Prefer candidates that can learn new applications.
    MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook).
    Must have a lift truck / tow motor operator's certificate.
    This position reports to the Operations Director.
    Candidates are required to pass a Criminal Background Check and a 10 Panel Drug Screen.

    No sponsorship or relocation available for this position.

    Only U.S. Citizens or persons with a Green Card work permit may apply.

    Due to the large amount of resumes we expect to receive only the most qualified candidates will be contacted. We will retain all other resumes for any future job considerations.

    Integrity Technical Services, Inc.
    14 Whitehall Drive Suite 102
    Akron, Ohio 44278
    Toll Free: 1-888-262-3226
    Akron: 330-633-6500 Cleveland: 440-257-3232
    Website: www.integrityjobs.com (To view all of our open positions please visit our website)

    Integrity Technical Services, Inc. does not charge a fee for finding anyone a job.
     
    Warehouse Manager - Logistics, Shipping, Receiving - Westfield Center, OH. JOB 22-00026 Salary Range: $60K - $70K - Permanent Position with Benefits. A manufacturer of custom exhibits & environments is seeking to hire a Warehouse Manager to oversee and manage logistics as well as the shipping & receiving departments. Candidates that have industry experience is a big plus. REQUIREMENTS Associates degree or equivalent experience. The position will have to supervise 1 to 2 people. This person will be in charge of making outbound and inbound freight arrangements. Securing freight quotes and tracing shipments 5 to 10 years of experience in managing shipping or receiving departments with logistics experience. Produce accurate daily shipping and receiving reports. Manage the work and overall organization in our warehouse. Must have above average PC skills and very familiar with Windows environment. Prefer candidates that can learn new applications. MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook). Must have a lift truck / tow motor operator's certificate. This position reports to the Operations Director. Candidates are required to pass a Criminal Background Check and a 10 Panel Drug Screen. No sponsorship or relocation available for this position. Only U.S. Citizens or persons with a Green Card work permit may apply. Due to the large amount of resumes we expect to receive only the most qualified candidates will be contacted. We will retain all other resumes for any future job considerations. Integrity Technical Services, Inc. 14 Whitehall Drive Suite 102 Akron, Ohio 44278 Toll Free: 1-888-262-3226 Akron: 330-633-6500 Cleveland: 440-257-3232 Website: www.integrityjobs.com (To view all of our open positions please visit our website) Integrity Technical Services, Inc. does not charge a fee for finding anyone a job.  
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  • #FASCINATING_TOURIST_PLACES_TO_DISCOVER_IN_DENVER

    Denver is the capital of Colorado and a mile High city of America, tracing all the way back to the antiquated western period. The town sits at 5280 feet above ocean level, and since the last part of the 1850s, the spot has become a well known get-away objective, drawing in large number of voyagers consistently. During this time, the gold was first found around Cherry Creek, and today, it remains as perhaps the most sultry city in the United States.

    https://customizedbyjandj.com/fascinating-tourist-places-to-discover-in-denver-this-year/
    #FASCINATING_TOURIST_PLACES_TO_DISCOVER_IN_DENVER Denver is the capital of Colorado and a mile High city of America, tracing all the way back to the antiquated western period. The town sits at 5280 feet above ocean level, and since the last part of the 1850s, the spot has become a well known get-away objective, drawing in large number of voyagers consistently. During this time, the gold was first found around Cherry Creek, and today, it remains as perhaps the most sultry city in the United States. https://customizedbyjandj.com/fascinating-tourist-places-to-discover-in-denver-this-year/
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  • Covid Outbreak Hits Carnival Cruise Despite Every Guest and Staff Member Being ‘Vaccinated’
    August 5, 2021
    Somewhere near Cozumel in the Caribbean Sea, there’s a cruise ship that had zero unvaccinated people aboard but that still suffered an
    outbreak of Covid-19. This goes against the narrative that the reason for “breakthrough cases” is due to too many unvaccinated people
    mingling with those who have taken the experimental injections.
    The Carnival Vista, which departed from Galveston, Texas, on July 31, has issued strict face mask protocols and ordered infected people
    aboard into isolation. Mainstream media is already busy blowing it off while the cruise company is patting itself on the back for reacting to swiftly.
    In a statement to FOX 26, Carnival said, “We have implemented our new fleetwide mask policy early on Carnival Vista, given that we are managing a small number of positive cases on board. Our pre-established protocols of vaccinated guests and crew, testing, enhanced
    medical capabilities and contact tracing anticipated the potential for positive cases, and they are designed to adapt to various scenarios. We
    have identified and tested close contacts and anyone who tested positive is in isolation. The decision to implement the mask policy was made in an abundance of caution, given our focus on the health and safety of our guests and crew. The voyage will continue as planned and we are dedicated to continuing to provide our guests with a fun and safe vacation. We appreciate the support of our Carnival Vista guests, who
    have been extremely supportive as we implemented the policy Wednesday evening.”
    Notice how they call it a “small number of positive cases” while giving no indication of what “small” means to them. Is it 2? 10? 50? Considering
    the massive ship can hold over 4,000 people, “small” could mean anything. Every mainstream story we’ve seen this morning has blindly
    accepted and even highlighted the phrase “small number” without inquiry into exact numbers. This is not journalism. It’s narrative-building.
    Ever since it became clear the “vaccines” seem to have little to no stopping power when it comes to Delta Variant infections, the White House,
    CDC, and mainstream media have attempted to paint the spike in “breakthrough cases” as a result of those dastardly unvaccinated. But nobody aboard the Carnival Delta is unvaccinated, a fact that everybody at Carnival and the media is conspicuously ignoring.
    If unvaccinated people in close quarters had caused an outbreak of Covid-19, media would be screaming about it with exact numbers and
    obligatory scolding. On a ship with no unvaccinated people, outbreak details are kept intentionally ambiguous.
    Covid Outbreak Hits Carnival Cruise Despite Every Guest and Staff Member Being ‘Vaccinated’ August 5, 2021 Somewhere near Cozumel in the Caribbean Sea, there’s a cruise ship that had zero unvaccinated people aboard but that still suffered an outbreak of Covid-19. This goes against the narrative that the reason for “breakthrough cases” is due to too many unvaccinated people mingling with those who have taken the experimental injections. The Carnival Vista, which departed from Galveston, Texas, on July 31, has issued strict face mask protocols and ordered infected people aboard into isolation. Mainstream media is already busy blowing it off while the cruise company is patting itself on the back for reacting to swiftly. In a statement to FOX 26, Carnival said, “We have implemented our new fleetwide mask policy early on Carnival Vista, given that we are managing a small number of positive cases on board. Our pre-established protocols of vaccinated guests and crew, testing, enhanced medical capabilities and contact tracing anticipated the potential for positive cases, and they are designed to adapt to various scenarios. We have identified and tested close contacts and anyone who tested positive is in isolation. The decision to implement the mask policy was made in an abundance of caution, given our focus on the health and safety of our guests and crew. The voyage will continue as planned and we are dedicated to continuing to provide our guests with a fun and safe vacation. We appreciate the support of our Carnival Vista guests, who have been extremely supportive as we implemented the policy Wednesday evening.” Notice how they call it a “small number of positive cases” while giving no indication of what “small” means to them. Is it 2? 10? 50? Considering the massive ship can hold over 4,000 people, “small” could mean anything. Every mainstream story we’ve seen this morning has blindly accepted and even highlighted the phrase “small number” without inquiry into exact numbers. This is not journalism. It’s narrative-building. Ever since it became clear the “vaccines” seem to have little to no stopping power when it comes to Delta Variant infections, the White House, CDC, and mainstream media have attempted to paint the spike in “breakthrough cases” as a result of those dastardly unvaccinated. But nobody aboard the Carnival Delta is unvaccinated, a fact that everybody at Carnival and the media is conspicuously ignoring. If unvaccinated people in close quarters had caused an outbreak of Covid-19, media would be screaming about it with exact numbers and obligatory scolding. On a ship with no unvaccinated people, outbreak details are kept intentionally ambiguous.
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  • “In 2019, a source came to us with a digital file containing the precise locations of more than 12 million individual smartphones for several months in 2016 and 2017. The data is supposed to be anonymous, but it isn’t. We found celebrities, Pentagon officials and average Americans.”

    “It became clear that this data — collected by smartphone apps and then fed into a dizzyingly complex digital advertising ecosystem — was a liability to national security, to free assembly and to citizens living mundane lives. It provided an intimate record of people whether they were visiting drug treatment centers, strip clubs, casinos, abortion clinics or places of worship.”

    “Surrendering our privacy to the government would be foolish enough. But what is more insidious is the Faustian bargain made with the marketing industry, which turns every location ping into currency as it is bought and sold in the marketplace of surveillance advertising.”

    “About 40 percent of the phones tracked near the rally stage on the National Mall during the speeches were also found in and around the Capitol during the siege — a clear link between those who’d listened to the president and his allies and then marched on the building.”

    https://archive.fo/J9612
    https://archive.fo/gV7tf

    Mitigate risks by reviewing: https://geekprepper.com/cellphone-the-tracking-device-in-your-pocket/
    #tracking #privacy #tracing #smartPhones
    “In 2019, a source came to us with a digital file containing the precise locations of more than 12 million individual smartphones for several months in 2016 and 2017. The data is supposed to be anonymous, but it isn’t. We found celebrities, Pentagon officials and average Americans.” “It became clear that this data — collected by smartphone apps and then fed into a dizzyingly complex digital advertising ecosystem — was a liability to national security, to free assembly and to citizens living mundane lives. It provided an intimate record of people whether they were visiting drug treatment centers, strip clubs, casinos, abortion clinics or places of worship.” “Surrendering our privacy to the government would be foolish enough. But what is more insidious is the Faustian bargain made with the marketing industry, which turns every location ping into currency as it is bought and sold in the marketplace of surveillance advertising.” “About 40 percent of the phones tracked near the rally stage on the National Mall during the speeches were also found in and around the Capitol during the siege — a clear link between those who’d listened to the president and his allies and then marched on the building.” https://archive.fo/J9612 https://archive.fo/gV7tf Mitigate risks by reviewing: https://geekprepper.com/cellphone-the-tracking-device-in-your-pocket/ #tracking #privacy #tracing #smartPhones
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  • “The word democracy appears nowhere in our nation’s two most fundamental documents, the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. The founders laid the ground rules for a republic as written in the Constitution’s Article IV, Section 4, which guarantees ‘to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government.’”

    “John Adams captured the essence of the difference between a democracy and republic when he said, “You have rights antecedent to all earthly governments; rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe.” Contrast the framers’ vision of a republic with that of a democracy. In a democracy, the majority rules either directly or through its elected representatives. As in a monarchy, the law is whatever the government determines it to be. Laws do not represent reason.”

    “At the 1787 Constitutional Convention, Edmund Randolph said that ‘in tracing these evils to their origin every man had found it in the turbulence and follies of democracy.’ Alexander Hamilton agreed, saying: ‘We are now forming a republican government. (Liberty) is found not in “the extremes of democracy but in moderate governments. … If we incline too much to democracy, we shall soon shoot into a monarchy.’”

    “John Adams reminded us: ‘Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There was never a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.’”

    “It’s Congress that poses the greatest threat to our liberties. The framers’ distrust is seen in the negative language of our Bill of Rights such as: Congress “shall not abridge, infringe, deny, disparage, and shall not be violated, nor be denied.” When we die and if at our next destination we see anything like a Bill of Rights, we know that we’re in hell because a Bill of Rights in heaven would suggest that God couldn’t be trusted.”

    https://www.djournal.com/opinion/walter-williams-democracy-and-tyranny/article_c2636d9a-d9e1-534e-883e-c52c1b3c902e.html
    #constitution #republic #democracy #tyranny #walterWilliams #freedom #liberty
    “The word democracy appears nowhere in our nation’s two most fundamental documents, the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. The founders laid the ground rules for a republic as written in the Constitution’s Article IV, Section 4, which guarantees ‘to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government.’” “John Adams captured the essence of the difference between a democracy and republic when he said, “You have rights antecedent to all earthly governments; rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe.” Contrast the framers’ vision of a republic with that of a democracy. In a democracy, the majority rules either directly or through its elected representatives. As in a monarchy, the law is whatever the government determines it to be. Laws do not represent reason.” “At the 1787 Constitutional Convention, Edmund Randolph said that ‘in tracing these evils to their origin every man had found it in the turbulence and follies of democracy.’ Alexander Hamilton agreed, saying: ‘We are now forming a republican government. (Liberty) is found not in “the extremes of democracy but in moderate governments. … If we incline too much to democracy, we shall soon shoot into a monarchy.’” “John Adams reminded us: ‘Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There was never a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.’” “It’s Congress that poses the greatest threat to our liberties. The framers’ distrust is seen in the negative language of our Bill of Rights such as: Congress “shall not abridge, infringe, deny, disparage, and shall not be violated, nor be denied.” When we die and if at our next destination we see anything like a Bill of Rights, we know that we’re in hell because a Bill of Rights in heaven would suggest that God couldn’t be trusted.” https://www.djournal.com/opinion/walter-williams-democracy-and-tyranny/article_c2636d9a-d9e1-534e-883e-c52c1b3c902e.html #constitution #republic #democracy #tyranny #walterWilliams #freedom #liberty
    WWW.DJOURNAL.COM
    WALTER WILLIAMS: Democracy and Tyranny
    During President Donald J. Trump’s impeachment trial, we’ll hear a lot of talk about our rules for governing. One frequent claim is that our nation is a democracy. If we’ve
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  • I hate to be this way, but to anyone that knows me In real life: if you disclose any of my information to a “contact tracer,” we can no longer be friends or have future contact. This is that important to me.

    https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/contact-tracing-phil-murphy-new-jersey-governor/2020/12/07/id/1000469/
    I hate to be this way, but to anyone that knows me In real life: if you disclose any of my information to a “contact tracer,” we can no longer be friends or have future contact. This is that important to me. https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/contact-tracing-phil-murphy-new-jersey-governor/2020/12/07/id/1000469/
    WWW.NEWSMAX.COM
    NJ Contact Tracing Non-Cooperation Reaches 74 Percent
    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy implored state residents Monday to cooperate with coronavirus contact tracers, saying the non-compliance rate had climbed to 74%.
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  • This was sent to me by a friend and is exactly why the "Its just a mask" theory is SO much more than just a stupid mask.
    1st its a mask then its every single one of our God given rights.

    "Independent of the implications of a mask mandate, for which I have a great appreciation for the social responsibility/civil liberty dilemma, there are several issues that seem to be much more intrusive, fall well beyond a short-term fix, with far greater consequences than a simple mask mandate suggests.
    1. An order that tells me who is allowed within the confines of my own home shakes the very foundations of privacy, property rights, and the sanctity of family. If the state is allowed to determine, for whatever reason, what I may do in the confines of my own home, then all other rights and freedoms are at risk. Even when criminal activity is suspected, the government must provide a search warrant that is specific to a particular residence and requires some level of probable cause. In this case, it is a blanket order based on the assumption that I am “guilty” until proven “innocent”. I am further troubled that once we establish and accept the idea that the government may “invade” our homes, in the name of “the public good”, that we now give away our most basic freedom to any official who claims “public good”, as defined by them, to justify increasing levels of government intrusion. Whether that intrusion would be to force a “benevolent” policy is irrelevant. That same intrusion can be used to crush dissent, violate our rights, or influence voting behavior. This order infringes on our most basic freedom…to be secure in our homes and property.
    2. A “temporary”, “emergency” executive order that requires testing for all persons within a given age group, on the basis of being “hidden carriers” of a virus, suggests that it is permissible for the state to single out specific groups or demographics in the name of “public safety” as defined by the government. Further, while the exec order is short term, the testing is much longer in implementation and duration than the mask mandate itself. This seems a bit like smoke and mirrors. The government suggests there is a short term emergency in terms of bed space that needs to be alleviated now, and then orders for mandatory testing to begin long after the initial crisis period that justifies the executive “emergency”.
    3. It is dangerous to suggest that government funded institutions (public schools) must comply with government testing mandates, it is even more perilous for the state to require private facilities to require testing of targeted groups. The government cannot compel a criminal suspect to submit to dna testing, and yet we can compel non-criminal students, in a private or public university, to submit to mandatory covid testing??? If this order is allowed to stand, the precedent for even greater civil liberty violations, for whichever group that the state determines to be “dangerous” will now be part of established law.
    4. What is potentially the most troubling aspect of the mandate revolves around the idea of bringing in the National Guard to facilitate the testing, contact tracing and isolation (the Governors’s words, not mine) of individual groups and demographics, with little regard for the legal protection of the rights of said groups. Here again, a head of state identifies a group to be singled out, in the name of public safety, and now targets that group to be placed under the jurisdiction of the military. We’ve seen this before, in many places, with multiple excuses. Never did I think we would see it in Utah.
    We can argue back and forth for the validity and/or efficacy of a temporary mask mandate. I argue with myself over the value of such a policy and I’m not sure I have a clear answer. That having been said, I have no confusion about the overreach and danger to our civil liberties posed by the other mandates put forth in the Governor’s emergency order. Whatever your opinion about masks, I would hope that we can be united in defending against the violation of our most basic rights that would be a consequence of Herbert’s unconstitutional overreach. I would like to trust that Herbert’s intentions are good, but can we say that with every leader, in every situation, that we can extend that same trust? Constitutional limits were placed on government, because the founders of our government did not trust government. However urgent the situation we are now in, however dire the consequences, men and women, for more than two hundred years have given their lives to defend the liberties that we are now being asked to surrender.
    Not me, not my family…"
    This was sent to me by a friend and is exactly why the "Its just a mask" theory is SO much more than just a stupid mask. 1st its a mask then its every single one of our God given rights. "Independent of the implications of a mask mandate, for which I have a great appreciation for the social responsibility/civil liberty dilemma, there are several issues that seem to be much more intrusive, fall well beyond a short-term fix, with far greater consequences than a simple mask mandate suggests. 1. An order that tells me who is allowed within the confines of my own home shakes the very foundations of privacy, property rights, and the sanctity of family. If the state is allowed to determine, for whatever reason, what I may do in the confines of my own home, then all other rights and freedoms are at risk. Even when criminal activity is suspected, the government must provide a search warrant that is specific to a particular residence and requires some level of probable cause. In this case, it is a blanket order based on the assumption that I am “guilty” until proven “innocent”. I am further troubled that once we establish and accept the idea that the government may “invade” our homes, in the name of “the public good”, that we now give away our most basic freedom to any official who claims “public good”, as defined by them, to justify increasing levels of government intrusion. Whether that intrusion would be to force a “benevolent” policy is irrelevant. That same intrusion can be used to crush dissent, violate our rights, or influence voting behavior. This order infringes on our most basic freedom…to be secure in our homes and property. 2. A “temporary”, “emergency” executive order that requires testing for all persons within a given age group, on the basis of being “hidden carriers” of a virus, suggests that it is permissible for the state to single out specific groups or demographics in the name of “public safety” as defined by the government. Further, while the exec order is short term, the testing is much longer in implementation and duration than the mask mandate itself. This seems a bit like smoke and mirrors. The government suggests there is a short term emergency in terms of bed space that needs to be alleviated now, and then orders for mandatory testing to begin long after the initial crisis period that justifies the executive “emergency”. 3. It is dangerous to suggest that government funded institutions (public schools) must comply with government testing mandates, it is even more perilous for the state to require private facilities to require testing of targeted groups. The government cannot compel a criminal suspect to submit to dna testing, and yet we can compel non-criminal students, in a private or public university, to submit to mandatory covid testing??? If this order is allowed to stand, the precedent for even greater civil liberty violations, for whichever group that the state determines to be “dangerous” will now be part of established law. 4. What is potentially the most troubling aspect of the mandate revolves around the idea of bringing in the National Guard to facilitate the testing, contact tracing and isolation (the Governors’s words, not mine) of individual groups and demographics, with little regard for the legal protection of the rights of said groups. Here again, a head of state identifies a group to be singled out, in the name of public safety, and now targets that group to be placed under the jurisdiction of the military. We’ve seen this before, in many places, with multiple excuses. Never did I think we would see it in Utah. We can argue back and forth for the validity and/or efficacy of a temporary mask mandate. I argue with myself over the value of such a policy and I’m not sure I have a clear answer. That having been said, I have no confusion about the overreach and danger to our civil liberties posed by the other mandates put forth in the Governor’s emergency order. Whatever your opinion about masks, I would hope that we can be united in defending against the violation of our most basic rights that would be a consequence of Herbert’s unconstitutional overreach. I would like to trust that Herbert’s intentions are good, but can we say that with every leader, in every situation, that we can extend that same trust? Constitutional limits were placed on government, because the founders of our government did not trust government. However urgent the situation we are now in, however dire the consequences, men and women, for more than two hundred years have given their lives to defend the liberties that we are now being asked to surrender. Not me, not my family…"
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  • How communist does this sound??

    “Back to Campus 2020

    SUU Stay Safe Pledge

    Stay Safe. Stay Healthy. Do Your Part.

    In this extraordinary time of a global pandemic, we will take responsibility for ourselves and each other. We will work together. We will rise to the occasion. We will take the necessary steps to keep each other safe. And we will not put ourselves or others at risk.

    As campus reopens this fall semester, we will embrace and adapt new practices for our living, socializing, learning, and working environment. At the core of these practices is protecting the health and safety of every campus community memeber so we can remain open for face-to-face instruction.

    As members of the SUU community, we will take an active role in promoting the safety, health, and well being of every campus community member. We will abide by all health and safety directives from federal, state, local, and University officials and encourage others to do the same.

    As members of the SUU community, we are committed to keeping ourselves and the SUU community healthy and safe from the spread of COVID-19 and pledge to take the following actions:

    Monitor health on a daily basis for symptoms of COVID-19 and notify SUU using the online reporting form if I test positive.
    Fully and honestly participate in contact tracing.
    Adhere to all directives and University guidance if I need to be quarantined or isolate.
    Properly wear a mask or face covering when indoors and outside when unable to maintain a 6 foot distance from others.
    Maintain 6 feet of distance from others when possible.
    If gathering with people outside, practice social distancing and limit gatherings to small groups.
    Do not attend classes or participate in extracurricular activities if exhibiting any symptoms of the COVID-19 virus, are awaiting test results, or for the recommended time period after testing positive for the virus.
    Wash hands regularly.
    Regularly wipe down high-touch surfaces.
    Limit unnecessary travel outside of Utah and avoid locations with significant cases.
    Get a flu vaccine each fall.
    Get a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available.
    Follow any new directives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Utah State, and Local Public Health Department Officials. The safety of our community is a shared responsibility, and our actions can put ourselves and others at risk. We understand that whether or not we take this pledge, failure to comply with these directives may result in students being referred to the Dean of Students Office for violation of the Code of Student Conduct and employees being referred to supervisors and Human Resources. � � We recognize that some students and employees are not able to meet these criteria due to other medical conditions. These individuals should work with their health care provider and the appropriate offices on campus to adopt strategies that keep them and others on campus safe."
    How communist does this sound?? “Back to Campus 2020 SUU Stay Safe Pledge Stay Safe. Stay Healthy. Do Your Part. In this extraordinary time of a global pandemic, we will take responsibility for ourselves and each other. We will work together. We will rise to the occasion. We will take the necessary steps to keep each other safe. And we will not put ourselves or others at risk. As campus reopens this fall semester, we will embrace and adapt new practices for our living, socializing, learning, and working environment. At the core of these practices is protecting the health and safety of every campus community memeber so we can remain open for face-to-face instruction. As members of the SUU community, we will take an active role in promoting the safety, health, and well being of every campus community member. We will abide by all health and safety directives from federal, state, local, and University officials and encourage others to do the same. As members of the SUU community, we are committed to keeping ourselves and the SUU community healthy and safe from the spread of COVID-19 and pledge to take the following actions: Monitor health on a daily basis for symptoms of COVID-19 and notify SUU using the online reporting form if I test positive. Fully and honestly participate in contact tracing. Adhere to all directives and University guidance if I need to be quarantined or isolate. Properly wear a mask or face covering when indoors and outside when unable to maintain a 6 foot distance from others. Maintain 6 feet of distance from others when possible. If gathering with people outside, practice social distancing and limit gatherings to small groups. Do not attend classes or participate in extracurricular activities if exhibiting any symptoms of the COVID-19 virus, are awaiting test results, or for the recommended time period after testing positive for the virus. Wash hands regularly. Regularly wipe down high-touch surfaces. Limit unnecessary travel outside of Utah and avoid locations with significant cases. Get a flu vaccine each fall. Get a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available. Follow any new directives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Utah State, and Local Public Health Department Officials. The safety of our community is a shared responsibility, and our actions can put ourselves and others at risk. We understand that whether or not we take this pledge, failure to comply with these directives may result in students being referred to the Dean of Students Office for violation of the Code of Student Conduct and employees being referred to supervisors and Human Resources. � � We recognize that some students and employees are not able to meet these criteria due to other medical conditions. These individuals should work with their health care provider and the appropriate offices on campus to adopt strategies that keep them and others on campus safe."
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  • “The Utah National Guard will be deployed to help with more contact tracing to get a handle on the spread of the virus in communities and quarantine people.
    Violations of the public orders can bring fines up to $10,000 per incident, and will be enforced by health officials and law enforcement.”
    “The Utah National Guard will be deployed to help with more contact tracing to get a handle on the spread of the virus in communities and quarantine people. Violations of the public orders can bring fines up to $10,000 per incident, and will be enforced by health officials and law enforcement.”
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    Herbert announces mask mandate, social gathering limits, hold on extracurricular activities
    In a statewide address to the people of Utah, Governor Gary Herbert announced a new state of emergency for COVID-19 that includes a statewide mask mandate, limits on social gatherings and a hold on extracurricular activities in schools.
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  • Oh look. You no longer need an app for contact tracing. Isn’t that lovely??
    Oh look. You no longer need an app for contact tracing. Isn’t that lovely??
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