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Phase 2: Equity and Economic Recovery
Protecting those who have been disproportionately affected and accelerating economic recovery
Libraries: Staff at public, private, and/or nonprofit libraries.
Chemical Sector: Employees engaged in the manufacture, store, use, and transport of potentially dangerous chemicals and other diverse products in the chemical sector that are essential to modern life and economic activity.
Commercial Facilities Sector: Employees engaged in activities related to the eight subsectors within the commercial facilities sector.
Construction Sector: Employees or contractors engaged in the construction or repair of buildings, infrastructure or industrial facilities.
Critical Manufacturing Sector: Employees in critical manufacturing engaged in the production of certain goods.
Defense Industrial Base Sector: Employees that contribute to products and services that are essential to mobilize, deploy, and sustain military operations and national defense.
Financial Services Sector: Employees within the financial services sector.
Food/Agriculture Sector – remaining: Remaining populations within the sector not included in 1B, including restaurants.
Government: Other state and local government designated personnel required to provide essential services.
Higher Education: Faculty and staff at public, private, and/or nonprofit higher education institutions.
Disproportionately Affected Populations: Populations at increased risk of acquiring or transmitting COVID-19, with emphasis on racial/ethnic minorities not otherwise included in 1B.
Homeless: Populations at increased risk of acquiring or transmitting COVID-19, excluding those that were already included in 1B.