COVID-19 Policy

The Storehouse of Collin County continues to adhere to the guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure the health and safety of all our neighbors, volunteers, and team members. 

On this page, you will find the latest information on our policies and processes surrounding COVID-19. 

Last updated: March 4, 2022

Volunteers

Based on updated guidelines provided by the CDC on February 25th, along with the notification on March 4th of a mask-optional policy at North Texas Food Bank, The Storehouse of Collin County will be moving forward with a mask-optional policy based on an individual’s best personal health choice. This change is effective immediately.

If a volunteer reports being exposed to someone who is Covid positive, thinks they may have been exposed to someone who is Covid positive, or tests Covid positive, they will be asked to hold from volunteering for two weeks out of an abundance of caution.

Neighbors

Effective March 4, 2022, masks are optional for neighbors. 

If a neighbor is exposed to someone who is Covid positive, thinks they may have been exposed to someone who is Covid positive, or tests Covid positive:

  • Seven Loaves Food Pantry: We will ask the neighbor to wait inside car during Seven Loaves food distribution, and groceries will be
    placed outside of their car for neighbor to load personally.
  • Joseph's Coat Clothing Closet: We will ask the neighbor to not enter Joseph’s Coat, but to return in two weeks for service.

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