Piedmont Crossing COVID-19 Update

April 2, 2020

MEMO

 

April 2, 2020

 

To:                  Residents and Families

Re:                  STAY AT HOME ORDER and new campus procedure

 

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper issued a Stay at Home Order on March 27, effective until April 30th, in order to protect the health and safety of North Carolinians. All residents must stay at home except for extremely limited circumstances. Piedmont Crossing is requesting all residents, family members, and visitors to comply with this Executive Order.

 

Excerpt from Executive Order:

“All individuals currently in the State of North Carolina are ordered to stay at home, in their place of residence.”

The order does allow for travel to obtain food, beverages and goods.  Also for those seeking medical attention and engaging in outdoor activities while maintaining social distancing.

 

Please understand our priority is to minimize the risk to our residents and staff.  We will have a person at the entrance of our campus who will be stopping each vehicle leaving and returning to our campus.  We will be asking the destination and/or where you are coming from.  Family members should only be coming between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to drop off non-perishable items at the front entrance for all residents.  No contracted staff from outside Piedmont Crossing are allowed on campus unless deemed essential by the Executive Order as required for care.  This restriction includes private contracted housekeepers for individual residences as they are not deemed essential under the Executive Order.

 

We know you want to see your family members and know this is not what anyone wants to be doing; however, for the safety of all concerned, we need for everyone to comply.  Thank you.

 

 

Doug Russell                                                                        Marcia Hoffmann

Executive Director                                                                PCRA President