COVID-19 Visitor Policy

For the health and safety of our employees and the public, visitors are welcome for essential business only at this time.

Per OAG COVID-19 Safety Procedures, visitors will need to show proof of full vaccination or a negative test, as detailed below, to an OAG staff member prior to or upon entry to an OAG office.

Visitors who are fully vaccinated can show either a paper vaccination card, a photo of their vaccination card, or their Excelsior Pass. The proof must indicate two shots of Moderna or Pfizer, or one shot of J&J/Janssen, and that the date of the last vaccination was 2 or more weeks ago. If the proof does not meet this criteria (e.g., the visitor only received one shot of Moderna/Pfizer, or it has not been two weeks since the last shot), the visitor is not considered fully vaccinated and can instead provide proof of a negative test as outlined below.
Visitors who are not fully vaccinated can show a paper or electronic copy of a negative COVID-19 PCR test from the prior 3 days.

Unscheduled or walk-in visitors that cannot show proof of full vaccination or negative test may need to speak with OAG staff members outside the office space and may need to be referred to a future scheduled visit, phone call, or to visit our website.

We will continue to provide resources to constituents via the phone and e-mail. OAG offices will post information directing constituents to appropriate phone numbers and forms, as well as information about service to the OAG.

Thank you for your assistance in maintaining a safe work environment for our dedicated public service employees, visitors, and our communities.