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EASA Service Centers May Be Exempt From US Stay-At-Home Orders

  • March 2020
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EASA members support the infrastructure of the world. As an increasing number of states and communities institute stay-at-home orders in response to the COVID-19 health crisis, know that these decrees make exceptions for workers in federal critical infrastructure sectors, including the electromechanical repair, service and sales industry. 

Please reference these two resources: 

While these are guidance documents only, they are not law. However, they should provide you with the support you need should you receive questions regarding your business operations.

Of course, good practices in hand-washing and cleaning practices continue to be at the forefront of all recommendations, as well as staying home when sick.

Thank you to EASA Chairman-Elect Jerry Gray of Sloan Electromechanical Service & Sales, San Diego, CA, for providing the above referrals so we could inform you promptly.

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