Based on information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), BOMA International has released a series of guidance documents to help property professionals navigate this public health concern.

Be sure to check BOMA International's Coronavirus Resource Center to stay up to date with COVID-19 (Coronavirus) information that impacts your industry.

Quick links below to the CDC and WHO

  

On Wednesday, March 2, 2020 Arizona Governor, Doug Ducey issued an executive order clarifying businesses and operations deemed “essential” by the state and providing certainty to business owners, employees and families. The order is a proactive and administrative measure to ensure consistent guidance across the state.

You can view the executive order HERE

  
 

 The executive order outlines “essential services” to include:

  • Health care and public health operations, including hospitals, public health entities, distributors of personal protective equipment and biotechnology companies;

  • Human services operations, including those that provide services for the elderly, those with developmental disabilities, foster and adoption children and the homeless;

  • Infrastructure operations, including food production, utility operators, construction and internet providers;

  • Government functions, including first responders, emergency management personnel, 911 operators, child protection staff, welfare providers and more;

  • Business operations, including grocery and medicine providers, outdoor recreation;

  • Organizations that provide charitable and social services, including religious and secular non-profit organizations and food banks;

  • Media organizations, including newspaper, television, radio and other media services;

  • Gas stations and other transportation-related businesses;

  • Financial institutions, including banks and credit unions;

  • Hardware and supply stores;

  • Critical trades, including plumbers, electricians, cleaning, sanitation, HVAC and security staff;

  • Mail, post, shipping and logistics;

  • Education institutions, including public and private K-12 schools, universities and research entities;

  • Laundry services;

  • Restaurants for consumption off-premises;

  • Supplies distributors that enable telework and work from home and those that supply essential businesses;

  • Transportation, including airlines, taxis, and ride-sharing;

  • Home-based and care services, including for seniors and those with developmental disabilities;

  • Residential facilities and shelters, including those for children, seniors or at-risk populations;

  • Professional services, including legal, real estate and accounting services;

  • Personal services, including personal hygiene services;

  • Day care centers for employees exempted though the order;

  • Manufacturers, distribution and producers of supply chain-critical products;

  • Hotels and motels;

  • And funeral services.

The order allows individuals and entities to utilize teleworking to complete essential services.

 

   
   
Please be advised that due to the current spread of COVID-19, our committee meetings will be using electronic and/or conference calls to communicate until further notice.  Our Golf Tournament has been rescheduled for later in the year, and our April 15th Industry Luncheon has been postponed.

 

For any questions regarding committees or events please email Denise or Olimpia

  





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6/17/2020
Industry Luncheon via Zoom

6/18/2020
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6/19/2020
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