Dear Ten Thousand Residents,
Now more than ever, the health and wellness of our community is our top priority. We continue to seek out additional measures that can be implemented to deal with the current situation, to supplement the various policies, technology advancements and resident service initiatives that we have crafted to make residents as safe and comfortable as reasonably possible. To that end, we have two initiatives that we would like to explain.
First, protective masks have been an item in short supply, as many of you know. We have placed an order for a quantity of masks for residents of the building, in addition to those we have been sourcing for our staff. We are told the order will be fulfilled by next week. Supplies will be extremely limited and, if we receive the order, which is our hope, we will let you know when they are received and a quantity that can be allocated per apartment.
Second, we have been able to hire on-site medical professionals to take the temperature of all non-residents who enter the building, including on-site staff, guests, vendors and delivery personnel. The on-site medical professional will be in the Lobby starting March 26th from 7:00 am until 11:00 pm each day, at a minimum. No non-residents will be allowed inside the building outside of these hours. Should someone have a temperature of 100.4 or greater (CDC guidelines), they will not be permitted in the building.
Please continue to be diligent in following CDC cleanliness protocols. If you have any questions or concerns, we’re always here for you. Please don’t hesitate to contact me directly.