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  • CDC Recommendations for Law Enforcement
    Posted On: Mar 24, 2020

    Recommended Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

    Law enforcement who must make contact with individuals confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19 should follow CDC’s Interim Guidance for EMS. Different styles of PPE may be necessary to perform operational duties. These alternative styles (i.e. coveralls) must provide protection that is at least as great as that provided by the minimum amount of PPE recommended.

    The minimum PPE recommended is:

    • A single pair of disposable examination gloves,
    • Disposable isolation gown or single-use/disposable coveralls*,
    • Any NIOSH-approved particulate respirator (i.e., N-95 or higher-level respirator); Facemasks are an acceptable alternative until the supply chain is restored, and
    • Eye protection (i.e., goggles or disposable face shield that fully covers the front and sides of the face)

    *If unable to wear a disposable gown or coveralls because it limits access to duty belt and gear, ensure duty belt and gear are disinfected after contact with individual.

    If close contact occurred during apprehension

    • Clean and disinfect duty belt and gear prior to reuse using a household cleaning spray or wipe, according to the product label.
    • Follow standard operating procedures for the containment and disposal of used PPE.
    • Follow standard operating procedures for containing and laundering clothes. Avoid shaking the clothes.

    For law enforcement personnel performing daily routine activities, the immediate health risk is considered low. Law enforcement leadership and personnel should follow CDC’s Interim General Business Guidance.


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