Paragraph. From Ward Cllr for Ward 87
Like most councilors I am personally practicing social distancing at the moment. I’ve been in contact with hundreds of people in the past 2 weeks, so it’s the responsible thing for me to do.
The best way to flatten the Coronavirus curve is to wash your hands, avoid large crowds and practice social distancing Read more here
I’m not sure if people have more time on their hands, but I am being overwhelmed with WhatsApp messages and emails. I’m having to prioritise responses, but will get back to everyone as soon as I can.
Please can I request that you check my FAQ document for information on how to log issues, when to request escalations etc. There is also extensive detail on how to log billing queries, meter reading issues etc. LINK to FAQ document
I will gladly escalate any issues that have not been attended to beyond the service level agreement for that entity. PLEASE EMAIL ME ALL NON-EMERGENCY ESCALATIONS with the supporting reference numbers and information. My email is email@example.com
WHATSAPP 0836040404 should only be used to escalate URGENT water / sewage / power issues. Please post details as follows:
3. Contact number
4. Reference number
5. Brief detail of issue
THE DO’S AND DON’TS IN DEALING WITH CORONAVIRUS
Wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects.
Stay home when you are sick. Stay at home if you can work from home.
Contact a health worker if you have symptoms; fever and a dry cough are most common.
Support local and small businesses where you can. This is going to hurt them. If you are a landlord of these small businesses, please consider giving your tenants a discount if you can afford it.
Consider the safety for your staff and do the right thing.
Check up on elderly neighbours, as well as anyone you know to be sick or vulnerable to see if they need help
DON’T touch your face.
DON’T travel if you have a fever and cough.
DON’T wear a face mask if you are well. Give it to someone who needs it.
DON’T be selfish and buy out all the toilet paper, hand sanitizer etc.
Keep safe and healthy. We can beat this!
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