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File #: 21-0052R    Version: 0 Name: Informational Hearing - Baltimore City Employees - Safe Transition to Work After COVID-19
Type: City Council Resolution Status: In Committee
File created: 7/19/2021 In control: Health, Environment, and Technology
On agenda: Final action:
Enactment #:
Title: Informational Hearing - Baltimore City Employees - Safe Transition to Work After COVID-19 For the purpose of inviting the Baltimore City Administrator, the Director of the Department of Human Resources, the Commissioner of the Baltimore City Health Department, the Director of the Department of General Services, the Director of the Office of Emergency Management, and the Baltimore City Safety Czar to appear before the City Council to discuss the plans and strategies that are being developed to transition Baltimore City employees back to safe physical work environments.
Sponsors: Danielle N. McCray, John T. Bullock, Phylicia Porter, Kristerfer Burnett, Robert Stokes, Sr., James Torrence, Odette Ramos, Antonio Glover, Zeke Cohen, Sharon Green Middleton, Mark Conway
Indexes: COVID-19, Employee, Informational Hearing, Workers
Attachments: 1. 21-0052R~1st Reader, 2. BHCD 21-0052R, 3. DHR 21-0052R, 4. OEM 21-0052R, 5. CAO 21-0052R, 6. Synopsis 21-0052R, 7. Hearing Agenda 21-0052R, 8. Hearing Minutes 21-0052R, 9. Hearing Notes 21-0052R, 10. RSOC Presentation 21-0052R, 11. 21-0052R - DGS Response, 12. Work Session Agenda 21-0052R, 13. Work Session Presentation 21-0052R, 14. Work Session Minutes 21-0052R, 15. Work Session Notes 21-0052R
* Warning: This is an unofficial, introductory copy of the bill.
The official copy considered by the City Council is the first reader copy.
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City of Baltimore
Council Bill R
(Resolution)

Introduced by: Councilmember McCray



A Resolution Entitled

A Council Resolution concerning
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Informational Hearing - Baltimore City Employees - Safe Transition to Work After COVID-19
For the purpose of inviting the Baltimore City Administrator, the Director of the Department of Human Resources, the Commissioner of the Baltimore City Health Department, the Director of the Department of General Services, the Director of the Office of Emergency Management, and the Baltimore City Safety Czar to appear before the City Council to discuss the plans and strategies that are being developed to transition Baltimore City employees back to safe physical work environments.
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Whereas, the COVID-19 Pandemic has had a significant impact on the mental, physical, and financial health of Baltimore City employees;

Whereas, there have been 53,212 total cases of COVID-19 in the City of Baltimore;

Whereas, there have been 1,103 confirmed deaths, and 41 probable deaths resulting from exposure to COVID-19 in the City of Baltimore;

Whereas, 268,853 Baltimore City residents ages 12 and older (50.9% of that population) have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19;

Whereas, Baltimore City has allowed full capacity indoor and outdoor dining and indoor and outdoor recreation, and has allowed houses of worship, retail establishments, gyms, and casinos to operate at full capacity as of May 15th of 2021;

Whereas, Baltimore City lifted its mask man...

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