I have been activated and deployed as a Disaster Service Worker and assigned to Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.
I'm currently working as a staff screener during the swing shift, 2:00 PM to 10:30 PM. My job is to screen the frontline employees and hospital workers at the beginning of their shift and when they enter the hospital. I staff 1 of 5 booths setup in the hospital lobby. Everyone coming in is issued a new mask, so you can image they go through a thousand a day easily. We ask them a series of questions and take their temperature. If they're all clear, then they get a color-coded sticker good for that day only (placed on their badge). There is an option for the hospital staff to get cleared online, but they still need to show us an email with the clearance date before we take their temperature.
It's moderately busy but when there's a shift change (there's multiple) it can get very busy. There's always a registered nurse (RN) and a sheriff present just in case we run into any issues or problems. New public health directives are issued almost daily, so it keeps things interesting.
Understandably, my wife had reservations about me taking on this assignment at a hospital. We have two young daughters at home and her sister recovered from COVID-19. I told her this is my duty and what I signed up for. I'm helping to keep the frontline workers safe so they can keep all of us safe.