We are offering walk-in Rapid COVID-19 Antigen and Rapid PCR Testing at our Beverly clinic – No appointment needed. Online registration is still recommended (please follow all steps and upload insurance information/photo ID).  We are also seeing patients for general urgent care needs and following the strictest protocols for patient safety.


What Should Employers Understand About COVID-19 and Return to Work Programs?

Scientists continue to learn new things about COVID-19 every day. This new information can drastically change how governments expect their people to take precautions. Employers need to understand the gravity of the situation. COVID-19 primarily targets people with compromised immune systems, such as the elderly or patients with chronic conditions. 

However, the entire world has lived through a pandemic for eight months. Employees and employers are both desperate to come back to work. Now, experts predict that the productivity of all workers will increase as states begin to gradually re-open.

What Employers Need to Know

Employers need to know that workers will be returning to work after working from home for a long time, or who have been out of work because of the virus. Therefore, they cannot expect exponentially high productivity. Employees may have a hard time adjusting to normal work conditions once they get back. 

On the other hand, after reopening, employers will need to keep track of standard infection control procedures much more keenly if they want to avoid employees contracting the virus. Employees will find it difficult to focus on work if they notice that the workplace is not keeping up with COVID-19 guidelines. 

Employers need to start taking measures for worker safety. They need to develop a more robust system that promises a cleaner environment. On the other hand, they must install multiple cleaning stations, so that employees can keep track of cleanliness in a systematic way.

Employers now need to educate themselves about occupational health facilities. They need to get all their employees tested for COVID-19. 

In addition, employers need to educate employees about virus prevention and related healthcare access to boost prevention. They need to make sure that there is a COVID-19 testing facility nearby so that in an emergency, they have a facility in contact. 

The workers are coming back to work after a long time. However, it will put a massive responsibility on the organization’s shoulders that they will need to keep track of all their employees effectively. For a reason, they are an asset for the employer, and getting a trained employee sick is a great loss for any business.

And if employers are looking for a healthcare provider to organize, administer, and manage COVID-19 return-to-work services, then it may help to contact AFC Urgent Care Beverly. Our team is experienced in developing healthcare programming that can keep all employers safe under the “new normal!”