Notice – Protocols Re Covid-19
- Our top priority is to protect the health and safety of our residents and employees, and to continue to provide essential housing services in a healthy and safe manner. Alongside a number of like-minded rental companies, we are in contact with all levels of government and will continue to work with them to identify additional initiatives to further support our residents. We will continue to monitor the situation and will communicate updates to our residents as the situation progresses. In the meantime, we urge you to follow the guidance of public health officials in the coming days and weeks.
- Our Management office is closed for drop ins but we are open, fully staffed and functional. Accordingly, please deposit your rent cheque (on or before the first of the month) in the maintenance box at the lobby level. It is located opposite the elevator in your building. The Niot team are working our hardest to keep all residents as safe as possible and well informed.
- The situation in the City is rapidly evolving. At any time it is possible that a resident of the building may be diagnosed with COVID-19. This means that all visitors, residents and occupants should rigorously follow the protocols outlined below to ensure your health and well-being.
- If you are feeling unwell, please DO NOT ENTER other persons in close proximity. This includes all residents/visitors and staff
members and especially those with underlying health conditions as they are at an increased risk of severe outcomes from infections such as COVID-19.
- Potential symptoms of COVID-19 include RESPIRATORY issues (e.g., cough, runny nose, shortness of breath), FEVER and/or GASTROINTESTINAL
issues (e.g., vomit, diarrhea, nausea).
- Please always respect social distance guidelines: keep at least one meter from others and avoid physical contact (no handshakes, physical embracing, etc.).
- Not sure of the difference between self-isolation; quarantine; and self-monitoring?
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- Our staff have increased cleaning frequency in high traffic areas and areas where direct personal contact with surfaces is more likely to occur (entrances, elevators, handrails) but please help us and your neighbors to prevent the spread of virus by following protocols recommended by Public
Health and avoiding physical contact with surfaces when you can. If you have disinfectant wipes with you, please use them when you touch surfaces.
- We will inform you when testing and quarantine reliably satisfy the requirements for “all clear”.
For now, stay safe and healthy!