COVID-19 - Precautionary Measures

Stay healthy

 

My dear colleague, during this heightened time of precautionary measures,
we want to make sure you are as protected as you can be. 

 

My dear colleague, during this heightened time of precautionary measures, we want to make sure you are as protected as you can be. 

  1. The first thing to consider is the above diagram.  If you fall under the first red box (“You MAY have CORONAVIRUS), then please cancel your interpreting appointments right away.
  2. If you are concerned about being exposed to the virus, it is important that you follow the proper measures to protect yourself 
        1. Please do not touch anything or anyone while interpreting
        2. Please do not touch your face during an interpreting session.
        3. Please disinfect hands during an interpreting session.
        4. Please wash your hands after every interpreting exchange you have.
  • We will be sending out some more information shortly.

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