Visiting Taft’s Office | Protecting Your Health and Safety
Taft highly values the health and safety of its clients, its personnel and Taft office visitors.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has issued guidelines for individuals and businesses to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Taft leadership is continually monitoring the circumstances and has urged its personnel to take all reasonable measures and precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to protect the health of our people, our clients and our visitors.
In light of all of the nationally and internationally publicized concerns related to coronavirus, we urge clients and visitors to use their best judgment when planning a visit to a Taft office, especially if there is reason to believe that they: (i) may have contracted COVID-19 or come in contact with the virus (or another person who has contracted the virus), or (ii) are experiencing flu-like symptoms. Taft partners and employees are working under these same guidelines.
If you have any concerns about visiting a Taft office, please be in touch with your Taft contact to make alternate arrangements, including arranging a conference call, videoconference or rescheduling your visit.
Additional information about COVID-19 is available from the Center for Disease Control and World Health Organization.
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