CourtYard response to Coronavirus
The Governor Charlie Baker gave a request to order all non-essential workers to stay at home, effective 11:59 PM, Tuesday, March 23, 2020. the wellbeing of our members and representatives is of principal significance to us, thats why we will remain on-site and available to ensure we can support our members.
During this period, our location at 68 Harrison avenue will remain open and operational to service members only. However, due to the State order, the building operational changes as described below:
Restrictions on passenger elevators to access the premises.
Restricted access through some building entrance and exits.
MeetingRoom social distancing.
Wear masks and disposables gloves all time.
State’s Order can be found Here
It is our members responsibility to ascertain if they are deemed as an ‘essential business’, who are ‘essential workers’ and wether the workforce reduction order applies to their employees.
Our actions are guided by The Boston Health Commission and both the Boston and Federal Government best practices. We continue to encourage you and your staff to closely follow the advice of our local health authorities.
To ensure everyone safety please follow the best practices below:
Please make sure to sanitize your hands before and after entering any space.
Conduct Video conference meetings VS In-person meetings.
Anyone who has traveled anywhere, should self-Isolate and avoid contact with others for 14 days.
If you or someone in your household is sick or has been exposed to COVID-19, please stay home per government guidelines and refrain from entering CourtYard space and other high volume areas.
Wash your hands often with soap water for at least 20 seconds, specially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
Avoid Touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
Cover your cough or Sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
Utilize the soap and hand sanitizers available at the entrance and at the kitchen of the space.
Maintain Social distancing (6 feet) and avoid physical contact when greeting.
We continue to monitor this situation closely and will provide ongoing updates as needed. We also encourage our members to stay up-to-date through Boston’s Public health website.
We are independently owned, and despite the short period of time serving to our members we would like to remind you that we are determined to get through these uncertain times successfully for the sake of our team and our members.
Wishing you and yours good health and strength during this difficult times.
We can beat this.
– Héctor Hernández, Community Manager