Levels of Exposure

These are the different levels of exposure associated with each volunteer opportunity listed on this website. Please read the guidelines carefully and take them into consideration when choosing to volunteer.

I: No risk / from home M1, M2, M3, M4 Mask production at home
Creating cards/posters/videos of encouragement
Creating cards/posters/videos of encouragement
Call center staffing from home
Call center staffing if proper social distancing is guaranteed
Check-in calls to particularly vulnerable patients and/or to staff who were exposed
II: Low risk and minimal human contact M1, M2, M3, M4
III: Potential for human contact M1, M2, M3, M4 Child care needs of “mission-critical on-site” staff during COVID-19 outbreak
Meal preparation, distributing food, washing dishes
Essential transportation needs for family members
IV: Non-clinical but in hospital or office setting M1, M2, M3, M4 Staff support in non-clinical dept. of hospital or office practice (e.g. information desk)
Duties usually performed by hospital volunteers
V: Clinical and direct human contact M3, M4 Thermal imaging of hospital or office entrants
H&P’s, IV’s, blood draws, etc.