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COVID-19 Safety Protocols for Contractor Employees Accessing FDIC Facilities

Last Updated: April 8, 2021

Beginning on April 11, 2022, all contractor and subcontractor employees who visit or work onsite at an FDIC-owned or controlled facility must either be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 with a FDA–approved or –authorized vaccine or have a negative FDA-approved COVID 19 test taken no later than three calendar days prior to entering the facility.

The contractor will be responsible for collecting all data related to the vaccination status and testing status of their employees and subcontractor employees, and will share this data with the FDIC if requested.

If a contractor or subcontractor employee tests positive for COVID 19 or experiences any symptoms of COVID-19, then the contractor or subcontractor employee must not enter any FDIC-owned or controlled facility. If a contractor or subcontractor employee tests positive for COVID 19 and has been in any FDIC-owned or controlled facility within the past 48 hours, the contractor or the subcontractor must notify healthandsafety@fdic.gov within 24 hours.

Contractor or subcontractor employees should keep the filled out version of the Memorandum for Facility Access with them whenever they are in a FDIC-owned or –controlled facility, which serves as confirmation of compliance with this requirement.