Ralston and Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan must agree upon when session resumes. The lieutenant governor’s office said they have not yet reached an agreement.
A committee tasked with determining how legislative business will be conducted when the session resumes issued recommendations for staff members who return next month.
Recommendations include limiting the number of entrances to the Capitol and legislative office building, installing temperature scanners — and turning away those with body temperatures higher than 100.4 degrees — and encouraging, but not requiring, those entering the building to wear face masks.