STAY SAFE TOGETHER
REMAIN CALM AND CARRY ON
We now know that the Coronavirus spreads through air-borne droplets which is why social distancing is so important. It is also spread through touchpoints which is why you should consider wiping down with your disinfectant spray anything and everything you bring into your home from the outside.
EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT HAND WASHING BUT WERE TOO SHY TO ASK
Consider wiping down a bottle of wine, jars & cans from the grocery store (the virus does not live on cardboard or paper), the tops of your potato chip bags (where they would have been handled by staff and other customers of the store).
Disinfect: doorknobs, your cell phone and other devices,
You should probably disinfect the steering wheel of your car.
Make your own homemade disinfectant:
Try using hydrogen peroxide. Just pour 3% hydrogen peroxide into a spray bottle.
Let it sit for at least 1 minute before wiping it up with a clean cloth or paper towel.
You can also use 70% rubbing alcohol as a disinfectant.
NEW HOME PROTOCOL
- Wear latex gloves when outside to shop or do errands.
- Remove gloves and wash hands as soon as you enter your home. Keep “outdoor clothes” and “indoor clothes” separate – I change into indoor clothes right away after being out – I put them in a plastic bag away from anything else.
- Disinfect the doorknobs to your suite *both exterior and interior and then start disinfecting anything else you brought in with you (as much as possible)
- Wash your hands again
- Every once in awhile I spray my keys and handles of my purse and other things that I may have touched after coming into my home.
SHELTER IN PLACE PROTOCOLS
Going forward for the next 45 days our service/public protocol is to limit the amount of social interactions and shelter in place. There will be no in person viewings or check-ins, instead tenants can access keys remotely for this purpose.
For service and repair requests there will be an online Support Ticket system operational starting March 23 where tenants can submit a request for repair or maintenance or report any other issue they may be having. A link will be sent out later.
Tenants who are experiencing problems with their suite will be able to self-serve with access to varying contractors, repair and technical service personnel who can assist. Tenants will have to be home for access and billing will be sent to Inet Services. In rare cases, tenants may have to source out services and receive reimbursement from Inet Services.
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