We are truly living through both interesting and dangerous times. The coronavirus pandemic is impacting everyone from our families and friends, to our businesses and co-employees, to our first responders and healthcare workers as well as grocery and pharmacy workers who are bravely on the front lines. They are beyond inspiring.
As the situation continues to affect our world, I wanted to reach out and provide an update on what's going on here.
None of our staff members or contractors have either displayed symptoms or tested positive for either influenza or coronavirus.
While mainly only a meeting, printing and mail hub, in an effort to keep everyone safe, we have decided to temporarily close our facility in Teterboro until further notice. Along with co-tenants, we will have our space professionally cleaned by a well-known commercial cleaning service out of an abundance of precaution, before we return to handling documents at that location. This will include ducts, HVAC, carpeting, ceilings, floors, walls, and all office equipment.
In the meantime, we are able to print offsite, and are still able to offer all of the same services we always have, but may need to add social distancing to some of those offerings, as best we can, while still following rules of procedure.
Above all else, our thoughts are with those affected by the virus, particularly those who are sick or hospitalized, wishing them a rapid recovery.
While Teaneck and other area of our territory are either closed off or have curfews and/or limited access, I want to do as much as possible support customers during this period, while ensuring the safety of all involved, and following these temporary restrictions.
We are here for you if you feel the need to reach out by phone with questions. For now, we will continue to accept all jobs that are practical and possible for us to complete, but which will not put our clients, signers, or others who may receive documents from us in harm's way.
In the meantime, we are doing what we can remotely and in-person to support our community's local food bank, check in on elders, and simply remain alert at home to family members' temperatures and possible symptoms.
Please continue to follow the guidelines being provided by the Centers for Disease Control, as well as updates from state, county, and local authorities who are working tirelessly to keep us safe.
Stay safe and well,
Michael & Team
March 18, 2020