It’s March 16, 2020 and it seems like the whole country is going insane. Chicago streets are half-empty, downtown feels like being abandoned. All of this is due to a global Coronavirus pandemic.
As bad as it is, panic is the last thing we need right now. There’s plenty of useful information out there and precautions should not be taken lightly. By now, we have an example of other countries that thought a week ago this is not a big deal and things will settle down in a week or two. Today we see a whole different picture. The simplest advice we can give is to make minimum contact with other people, wash your hands frequently and stay home as much as you can. Even if you’re young and healthy, please remember that you’re still might be a transmitter. And those who you contact might not be as lucky.
Now, here at Carrectly we monitor the situation on an hourly basis. We want to make sure that both our team and our customers receive maximum protection in the current situation. We have implemented safety measures throughout our company that includes sanitization methods for all the touchpoints within the facility multiple times per day. Majority of our staff are now working from home so that people have minimum interactions with each other. And those who do work on-premises use all of the recommended safety procedures, such as gloves, masks, sanitizers, etc.
And here comes the best part. Our business model was created in such a way, that we don’t have to interact with our customers face-to-face unless it’s absolutely necessary. No waiting rooms full of people, no waiting lines. Our concierges simply pickup your car from you, or from a hidden place, or your building concierge. Yes, we CAN still take care of your vehicle without you leaving your home at all! It’s that simple. Also, our detailing services just received an upgrade in terms of new approved cleaning and disinfecting products that have been recommended by the CDC. This is done to make sure all of your vehicle’s touchpoints are being disinfected against germs and bacteria that could spread diseases like COVID-19.
Please stay safe and healthy. We’ll get through this together.