COVID-19: OUR RESPONSE

Message to Employees

The White House has issued a Phased Roadmap to Recovery, which will be implemented on a state by state basis. Please see below for an overview of the president’s three-phase plan to slowly and methodically reopen our nation’s economy in regions, as determined by medical experts as well as a series of benchmarks determined by the administration.

Doing our Part

We have been donating large amounts of food items, multiple times, to homeless shelters, Arlington county food bank and Christ House in Washington DC.

This information is important not only to the country, but also to our company. As the states in which Syneren conducts business enter these phases, we will send updates regarding if and how our operations will change. We are committed to ensuring the health and safety of all employees and continuing to provide the level of service our customers expect and deserve and will adapt to the Phased Roadmap accordingly.

PHASE ONE

This would begin after a state sees 14 days of a decline in COVID-19 cases, as well as meets essential criteria.

  • Vulnerable individuals stay home.

  • No groups of 10 or more in public places.

  • Minimize non-essential travel.

  • Work from home when possible or return to work in phases.

  • Recommended to stay closed: Schools and youth activities, senior living facilities, large venues (movie theaters, sporting venues), elective surgeries, gyms, bars.

This would begin roughly a month after a state sees a continued decline in COVID-19 cases (no rebound), as well as meets essential criteria.

  • Vulnerable individuals continue to stay home.

  • No groups of 50 or more in public places.

  • Non-essential travel can resume.

  • Work from home when feasible in business operations.

  • Schools and organized youth activities (i.e. summer camps) can reopen.

  • Visits to senior care facilities and hospitals still prohibited.

  • Large venues (churches, restaurants, movie theaters) reopen.

  • Elective surgeries can resume, as clinically appropriate.

  • Gyms maintaining social distancing can reopen.

PHASE TWO

PHASE THREE

Approximately six weeks after a state sees a continued decline in COVID-19 cases (no rebounds), as well as meets essential criteria.

  • Vulnerable individuals may now resume public interactions, while practicing social distancing.

  • Low risk populations should consider minimizing time spent in crowded environments.

  • Employers can implement normal working operations, no longer requiring telecommuting.

  • Visits to senior care facilities and hospitals resume.

  • Large venues, bars, and gyms, can operate as normal while maintaining high sanitation standards and limited physical distancing.

  • Bars can operate with diminished occupancy capacity.

For the whole document visit the White House website.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact hr@syneren.com.

 

Stay well.

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COVID-19: Our Response

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Please visit the CDC & White House websites for more information.

Learn more about what Syneren is doing for those affected by COVID-19.