To our Clients, Friends and Family,

We hope everyone is doing well during unsettling times as the Coronavirus is on everyone’s mind. All of us at the Jackie O Real Estate Team are concerned for the health and safety of our family, friends, and clients.

Please know that we are taking all necessary measures to safeguard our team and the communities we live in, including following all recommended best practices around social distancing.

Our support for you

With all the uncertainty that surrounds us, you may have concerns about the economy’s reaction to the Coronavirus and how it affects your plans to invest in the real estate market.

The Jackie O Team will continue to service all our clients, friends and families with any of their real estate needs. We will run our business with our usual high standards but with some modifications and changes to adhere to the guidelines as well as client needs.

We are looking forward to the Spring market and helping all of you in a capacity that you feel most comfortable.

Thank you again for always being loyal and supportive to our business.

Love,

Jackie, Meghan and Kyoko

 

COVID-19/Coronavirus Information

To learn the facts about COVID-19 and help stop the spread of misinformation, visit CDC’s webpages Share the Facts, Stop the Fear and coronavirus.gov.

Gov. Baker’s Stay-at-Home Advisory

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has issued an advisory that requires all businesses and organizations that do not provide “COVID-19 Essential Services” to close their physical workplaces and facilities to workers, customers, and the public as of Tuesday, March 24th starting at noon. Businesses will remain closed until Tuesday, April 7th at noon.

Stay informed! Here are some great online COVID-19 Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website on COVID-19

MA DPH Information on the Outbreak of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Massachusetts Department of Public Health Preparedness Checklist for your family

Boston Public Health Commission FAQ about COVID-19

BOSTON CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

For the latest updates, please visit our coronavirus (COVID-19) website: CORONAVIRUS UPDATES

MBTA Preparedness Efforts for COVID-19

The American Dental Association’s Guidance for COVID-19

CDC: What to do if you are sick

CDC “Share the Facts, Stop the Fear”

World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 Advice for the Public: Mythbusters

CDC COVID-19 Informational Videos

WHO Q&A on COVID-19

CDC Information on COVID-19 for Pregnant Women

NPR Just for Kids: A Comic Exploring the New Coronavirus

The New York Times Parenting: How to Talk to Kids About Coronavirus

VIDEO: How to Talk to Your Children About Coronavirus (COVID-19) from MGH

Forbes: Panic Not. Lest Emotional Contagion Cause More Harm Than Coronavirus

CDC: Managing Stress and Anxiety

The Guardian: If coronavirus scares you, read this to take control over your health anxiety

United Way’s COVID-19 Family Support Fund

Tips For Social Distancing, Quarantine, And Isolation During An Infectious Disease Outbreak

Practice self care! Check out the American Meditation Institute which offers free Sunday morning meditations classes.

Many common household cleaning products can kill the coronavirus if you use them properly

Don’t flush disinfectant wipes or we’ll be dealing with clogged toilets on top of everything else

Hand sanitizer is in global shortage

Supporting Boston Restaurants – Open for Take-out and Delivery

Rally for Restaurants

PSA Safe Grocery Shopping in COVID-19 Pandemic – UPDATED!!!

Map of Meal Sites for Children and Youth

For more resources for small businesses please visit boston.gov/small-business and click on the COVID-19 updates. You can email smallbiz@boston.gov or call the Mayor’s Hotline at 311, if you have any questions!

Boston Resources for Small Businesses

Additional resources and support

Watch Mayor Marty Walsh Address Boston On COVID19 Response

TIMELINE:

Fact Sheets on COVID-19:

This poster is available to download, print, and / or distribute from The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) Coronavirus webpage and is accessible by clicking on the poster below or by navigating from a link to BPHC at boston.gov/coronavirus