COVID-19 Safety

Nothing quite like putting the phrase “working at home sucks” to the test! We know that many of you need to get back into an environment that is more conducive to your productivity and we hope TENPOD can be that space for you. Our number one goal is to keep everyone in our community safe when co-working.

Our number one goal
is to keep everyone in our community safe
when working at TENPOD.

Latest Update

On May 18, 2021, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) released updated guidance for masking and physical distancing throughout the state.

Significant changes to the guidance include the following:

  • Fully vaccinated individuals will no longer need to wear a mask indoors in public places where vaccination statuses of individuals are checked (masks will be required in areas where people are not asked about their vaccination status).
  • Businesses, employers and faith institutions have the right to determine their own masking policies for fully vaccinated individuals.
  • Masks are no longer required for people who are outdoors, though masking is still encouraged, especially in crowded places and for people who are unvaccinated.

Spacing

As per the latest recommendations and a general poll of our members, we’re back to normal desk spacing. This allows us to accept new members and try out new desk configurations!

Cleaning

The space will continue to be regularly disinfected on a weekly basis by our cleaning crew. We will supply disinfectant wipes and spray as well as hand sanitizer for everyone to use throughout the day on any surface that you come in contact with.

Masks

Masks are no longer required in the coworking space for vaccinated members (which we all are at this time). However, it’s still a good idea to always bring a mask in the case of visitors who haven’t verified their vaccination status and for coming and going when distancing can’t be maintained. 

Daily Check-In

Every day that you’re working at TENPOD, you will need to check in with the sign-in sheet. The sign-in sheet will be ask if you have checked your temperature at home before coming in and self-certify that you don’t have a fever or COVID-19 symptoms nor have you been in contact with anyone who has.