Covid-19 Eligibility

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What EOC Costs are Eligble

What types of costs are eligible?

Emergency Operation Center (EOC) Operations Supplies, equipment, facility costs, increased utility costs.

EOC Labor/Staffing Overtime labor for regular staff. All labor eligible for temporary staff performing eligible

emergency work Staff the EOC with the numbers and skills necessary to support the response, assure worker safety, and continually monitor absenteeism. Use established systems to ensure continuity of operations (COOP) and implement COOP plans as needed.

Meals for EOC employees Provision of meals, including beverages and meal supplies, for employees and

volunteers engaged in eligible Emergency Work, including those at emergency operations centers, is eligible provided the individuals are not receiving per diem and one of the following circumstances apply: Meals are required based on a labor policy or written agreement, conditions constitute a level of severity that requires

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