UPDATE 4/21/2020: We continue to focus our attention to providing resources and the best possible service we can for all of our residents. If you know of a neighbor or anyone that has suffered a setback, please share this list of employers that are currently hiring. If you know of a neighbor that needs assistance, please contact your community management team. Together we will get through this! #JMGstrong
UPDATE 3/27/2020: We know this is an uncertain time as COVID-19 continues to affect all of our lives. We want you to know that we are committed to doing all we can to help you through this crisis. Working together, we will get through this! We value your residency and hope you find this list of resources helpful. Please call or contact us if you have any questions.
UPDATE 3/19/2020: Amidst this time of uncertainty with Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have made the difficult decision, in accordance with CDC/WHO guidelines, to limit our offices to employees only. However, we are still here to serve our residents and future residents: GET IN TOUCH WITH US.
To Our Residents:
The coronavirus has spread to all continents except Antarctica, and the former director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) believes continued spreading for the near term is inevitable. In late February officials from the Center for Disease Control, the National Institutes of Health and other agencies warned the public to prepare for the spread of the coronavirus within the United States.
As we all have, we have been monitoring this for the last several weeks and believe it is appropriate to send general communication to our residents in regards to steps everyone can be taking at our communities. The most important thing to do now is not panic, but rather be prepared. Any resident who exhibits symptoms after reviewing the informational links provided below and/or develop the symptoms outlined below a fever, should self-isolate and contact local health officials.
A brief recap of the new virus, called COVID-19, is transmitted from person to person via droplets when an infected person breathes out, coughs or sneezes.
It can also spread via contaminated surfaces such as door handles or railings.
Coronavirus infections have a wide range of symptoms, including fever, coughing, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.
Mild cases can cause cold-like symptoms including a sore throat, headache, fever, cough or trouble breathing.
Severe cases can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory illness, kidney failure and death.
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.
Below are links to information provided by the CDC regarding transmission, symptoms and prevention/treatment and frequently asked questions:
We are asking all of our residents to please follow the preventative measures outlined by the CDC to help prevent the spread of this virus.