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The situation concerning the COVID-19 pandemic is evolving on a daily basis, and during this time, our primary concern is the health and safety of our employees and customers. We are dedicated to assisting not only our staff but also our clients in ensuring their safety during these crucial times.

To address the escalating concerns about the spread of the virus, we are directing our field staff on the following precautionary measures while ensuring that we can effectively continue operations without disruptions.

  1. Wash hands regularly with soap and water, or clean them with at least 60% alcohol-based sanitizers.
  2. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  3. Discourage handshaking and encourage staff to use other non-contact methods of greetings.
  4. Do not share personal items.
  5. Cover your mouth and nose whey you cough and sneeze.
  6. Clean and disinfect surfaces, like phones, furniture, door handles, countertops, etc.
  7. Maintain the social distancing protocol seriously (at least six feet distance between you and other people).
  8. Wear a mask in public and when around people who do not live in your household. Remember, wearing a mask is not a substitute for social distancing.
  9. Avoid gathering in groups.
  10. Avoid eating or drinking in public places.
  11. Avoid unessential travels. Stay home if you feel unwell.
  12. Wear gloves appropriate for the chemicals being used when they are cleaning and disinfecting.

Kyros In-Home Care and Registry, Inc. is also strictly observing the following protocol in our daily office operation:

  1. Practice physical distancing in dealing with transactions inside the office by observing at least 6 ft. distance between people.
  2. Wear a mask inside the office and when talking with other people.
  3. Place posters that encourage hand hygiene to help stop the spread of the virus from spreading in the workplace.
  4. Discourage from shaking and hugging people for now as form of greetings, instead, you are encouraged to use non-contact form of greetings.
  5. Clean and disinfect surfaces.
  6. Place a touchless hand sanitizer located in the entry/exit point of the office to encourage hand hygiene.
  7. Provide disposable disinfecting wipes so that employees can wipe down commonly used surfaces like doorknobs, keyboards, remote controls, desks, and other tools and equipment being used in the office.
  8. Delivery of items should only be made during office hours and they should be left outside the office door for disinfection before being brought inside.