An Important Message About COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

At D. R. McNatty & Associates, Inc., we know in these uncertain times, concerns and questions are growing regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus).  We want to reassure you that we have your best interests in mind.

 

DRMcNatty is taking careful steps to protect the safety and well-being of our clients, employees, families, and communities. Our office remains fully operational and open to serve our clients when needed. Our employees are available by telephone and can also accommodate the flexibility of a video conference meeting upon request.

 

If conditions require our office to be closed, we have the technology to allow all of our employees to work remotely.

 

What we are doing to keep our clients and employees safe:

 

· All in-person meetings, to the extent they can be changed, have the option to be completed via teleconference or video conference until the situation normalizes.

 

· If you have an upcoming appointment at our office and are feeling ill, please reschedule for a later date. We will be more than happy to accommodate you.

 

· Any DRMcNatty employees who are sick or showing signs of any illness are requested to leave work or stay home until they are free of a fever without the use of any medication and free from all other symptoms for at least 24 hours.

 

· We have requested each employee to take the appropriate hygiene measures with hand washing as recommended by the CDC, cleaning their own office surfaces frequently, and assisting with cleaning areas after clients visits (i.e., cleaning their workspace or conference areas after each client visit).

 

This is an unprecedented time that will remain fluid and unpredictable for awhile.  As the situation progresses, we will take the necessary steps to adjust and make our office appropriate to the circumstances.

 

Whether you’re a client, friend, or colleague, we value your loyalty to our Firm and we thank you for allowing us the opportunity to serve you.

 

Sincerely,

The DRMcNatty Team

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