As we see increases in COVID-19 rates across the country, I want to take a moment to remind you that we all in this together and the cure can only happen when all of participate. I want to encourage you to remain vigilant in your efforts to protect yourself – not just in the workplace, but also at home, your neighborhood and as you go about your day-to-day activities. We all rely on you to protect yourself, your family and your entire community. We need you to do your part to stop the spread of the Coronavirus.
As the colder weather approaches in many parts of the nation, it’s important to ensure we continue to follow the critical safety guidelines including washing your hands, sanitizing high-touch areas, wearing a face covering and remaining socially distanced. With the onset of flu season, the CDC advises you to know the difference in the symptoms and provides guidance on how to protect yourself and others.
As we closely monitor developments in our nation and in our agencies, FEW remain confident that we are on the verge of a remediation to the global pandemic. We remain in close contact with local authorities to ensure we not only meet, but where possible also exceed all the various safety protocols related to COVID-19. When concerns arise, FEW will take appropriate action for all of our safety.
I urge you to stay strong, and together we will continue to overcome this challenge and help people across the nation. Below is a link to the latest CDC information to help keep you informed of rates in the United States at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/covid-data/covidview/index.html. There are many resources available as well. Please visit our national partner, FEEA website at https://feea.org/coronavirus/ for more options of support.
It is important to me that you know FEW is here for you and willing to help. We thank you for all that you do to allow us to keep “Soaring to New Heights.”