|Name of document||Reference to older people||Last updated|
|Operational considerations for COVID-19 management in the accommodation sector: interim guidance||COVID-19 transmission|
- Although most infected people develop mild symptoms, severe disease may result in older people and/or people with other medical conditions and they may require rapid hospitalisation.
Reception and concierge
- Reception desk staff, if possible, should not be older or with underlying health conditions
|31 Mar 2020|
|Operational considerations for COVID-19 surveillance using GISRS: interim guidance||No specific reference to older people||26 Mar 2020|
|Getting your workplace ready for COVID-19: How COVID-19 spreads||Before travelling|
- Avoid sending employees who may be at higher risk of serious illness (e.g. older employees and those with medical conditions such as diabetes, heart and lung disease) to areas where COVID-19 is spreading.
Getting your workplace ready in case COVID19 arrives
- Consider how to identify persons who may be at risk, and support them, without inviting stigma and discrimination into your workplace. This could include persons who have recently travelled to an area reporting cases, or other personnel who have conditions that put them at higher risk of serious illness (e.g. diabetes, heart and lung disease, older age).
|19 Mar 2020|
|Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak: rights, roles and responsibilities of health workers, including key considerations for occupational safety and health||No specific reference to older people||18 Mar 2020|
|Key Messages and Actions for COVID-19 Prevention and Control in Schools||No specific reference to older people||10 Mar 2020|
|Preparedness, prevention and control of COVID-19 in prisons and other places of detention||No specific reference to older people|