The purpose of this communication is not to alarm you or to cause you any unnecessary concern. Out of an abundance of caution, we are reaching out to you to inform you that June 22, 2020, we were informed that one of the security officers at the entry station became ill displaying potential symptoms of the coronavirus ("COVID-19"). We cannot identify the officer because of privacy laws. However, we can confirm that the officer in question was a "floater" who does not regularly work at our entry station.
The officer was on duty on June 21st - June 22nd for approximately an hour and a half from 11:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Based on the hours of work and limited duration the officer was on duty, we do not believe there was any direct exposure with this officer. In other words, we do not believe any resident of Scenic Oaks had direct exposure to the officer in question and believe the risk to the residents is very low to none.
According to the CDC, direct exposure to a person who has COVID-19 symptoms means close contact within six (6) feet for over fifteen (15) minutes. Again, we do not believe any resident had direct exposure to the officer in question, and we do not have a COVID-19 confirmed positive test at the time of this notice.
The health and well-being of our residents is paramount. Out of an abundance of caution, the front station underwent a deep cleaning yesterday, and all the officers at the front entry station will be tested for COVID-19. During this pandemic, we suggest you minimize contact with the front entry station unless absolutely necessary.
If you must communicate with the officers, we suggest you wear a face covering and keep a safe distance.
If you have guests entering the subdivision, please ask them to wear a face covering during their interaction with the officers for the safety of both your guest and the officers.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out.