To reduce the number of notices posted in various places, this notice will consolidate the information and provide new info and/or changes to everyday policies. New items will be listed first and then reminders of previously stated information will be listed last.
- On March 24, members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force asked anyone who recently traveled from the New York City metro area to self-quarantine for 14 days from the time they left due to the high infection rate in the New York City. We are urging residents who fall into this category to comply with this request and not visit the mailrooms or use the van, etc., for the health and safety of other residents.
- Delaware County has a DELCO ALERT system in place. Residents can sign up at this site: https://www.delcopa.gov/delcoalert/delcoalert.html
- We continue to operate with a staggered staff, which means only half the staff is working during the week. The Management Office remains locked, while we work in the office to respond to phone calls and emails. The van will run on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 7 am until noon for essential food and drugstore pickups.
- Please remember only 1 person at a time in the mailroom
- For those that don’t have access to emails, the newsletter was posted on the wall outside each mailroom. If you do have access to email and didn’t receive the newsletter, please provide your email to the Management Office.
- We will continue will the nightly service to disinfect the high traffic areas of the building from 8 pm to midnight.
- We remind residents that we are working with the Co-op to ensure food delivery to our residents. You may place your order at https://swarthmore.coop/departments/home-delivery/ or leave a note in drop slot at the Management Office and we will get the info to the co-op.
We cannot stress enough to what has already been said repeatedly by the health and government officials at all levels. We can all do our part to flatten the curve by practice social distancing and using best practices for washing your hands, contacting a doctor if you’re not feeling well.