Live chat restriction is an effective way to reduce the spread of Zika virus infections in your workplace.
Live chat restrictions, which are typically set to 30 minutes, are enforced by a company’s IT department.
A company’s live chat restriction can also help to ensure that employees can be protected from transmitting the virus.1) Check the status of the restriction.2) If the restriction is still active, check the company’s Facebook and Twitter pages for any updates.3) If you know the company has made any changes, follow up on any such updates.4) Once the restriction expires, try logging in with your Facebook or Twitter account and checking the status.5) If it’s still active and you still need to check the status, follow-up with the company by logging in.
If you do not see any updates from your company, you might want to contact the company for additional help.1.
Make sure you check the current status of your live chat restrictions on Facebook and/or Twitter.2.
If you do see any news, but not an update from your employer, contact the IT department and ask for assistance.3.
After contacting the IT Department, try to follow up with the IT company by email.4.
If the company doesn’t respond within 24 hours, contact a health care provider.5.
If your company still needs assistance, call the CDC or your local health department.1.)
Make sure that you check for updates on the company website.2.)
If you are still not sure, check Facebook or follow up via Twitter with the information listed in Step 3.3.)
If the information on the website hasn’t changed, contact your employer’s IT Department and ask them to make changes.4.)
If they are still refusing to make any changes or do not respond, contact local health departments.5.)
If your employer still has live chat restricted status, make sure to follow-ups with the health care providers listed in the last paragraph.1).
Check the current Status of your Live Chat Restrictions on Facebook or Follow up with your employer to verify if they have changed.2).
If the status is still live, contact their IT department for assistance and follow up as necessary.3).
If you still have live chat in your company and have not been contacted by the IT departments, contact an appropriate health care professional.1), Follow up to get additional information on how to check your status.2), Follow-up on any news and/o any updates that might be relevant.