Onsite Visitor Policy
OACC’s 4-step process to safely host you in-person
ONSITE VISITOR POLICY
Updated July 7, 2022
At this time, visitors are only allowed by appointment because OACC facility is not fully reopened to the public. Please email an OACC staff at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your visit. Appointments must be scheduled a minimum of 48 hours in advance with confirmation from OACC staff. No walk-ins, no exceptions.
Before visiting OACC:
Please prepare ONE of the following sets of documents:
Personal ID + Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (physical or digital)
- For digital records, only CA-based records will be accepted as these are the only ones that can be verified using the SMART Health Verifier app. Obtain your CA digital vaccination card here.
Personal ID + Proof of recent negative test result for COVID-19
- Test results must not be older than 72 hours.
- Click here for a schedule of COVID-19 testing sites near OACC
Upon Arrival at OACC:
OACC staff will check your ID and COVID-19-related document (proof of vaccination OR a recent negative COVID test result) to verify your information.
OACC stall will check your temperature with a contactless thermometer.
In accordance with County recommendations, ALL individuals are required to wear masks AT ALL TIMES while inside OACC’s facility regardless of vaccination status.
*If you are experiencing symptoms typical of COVID-19 (list of possible symptoms: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html), please do not enter our facility and promptly seek medical assistance.
Not vaccinated? We strongly encourage individuals who are NOT vaccinated against COVID-19 to refrain from attending OACC programs in-person and instead utilize our remote-friendly (virtual) options. The majority of our programs will be remotely accessible on OACC’s YouTube channel so you won’t be missing out!
For more information about vaccinations, please visit: https://www.vaccines.gov/.