Calvo’s SelectCare has confirmed that a back-office employee has tested positive for COVID-19.
According to a news release issued by the company, the individual had no close contact with any customers at their office.
Calvo’s SelectCare has already initiated precautionary actions including the testing of employees who work in the infected individual’s vicinity and professional deep-cleaning sanitation of offices.
“Since the beginning of the pandemic, as an essential business, Calvo’s SelectCare implemented stringent protocols in its office to include the requirement that employees wear face masks, practice and enforce social distancing, and queue customers six feet apart. To further help mitigate the risk of spreading the virus, all on-site employees follow cleaning procedures at the start and end of each day, in addition to the daily scheduled janitorial cleanings,” the release stated.
In addition, the Calvo’s SelectCare office has been fortified with Plexiglas barriers, social distancing signage and markers, and sanitation supplies. Hand-sanitizing solutions are made available for employees and customers, and all customers entering our office are required to wear a face mask.
“SelectCare considers the health and well-being of our employees, providers, and customers as our top priority. Consequently, our office will be closed Thursday and Friday, August 6 and 7, while additional deep cleaning sanitation is conducted,” the release stated.
While the company anticipates reopening its office as soon as practically possible, it also urges the public to contact us through phone at 671-477-9808 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We apologize for any inconveniences that this may cause and ask our customers, providers, and employees to continue observing the safety protocols as guided by the Guam Department of Public Health, and the CDC,” the company stated.