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July 10, 2020 Newsletter - English
Posted on Jul 10th, 2020
NEWSLETTER – July 10, 2020
As the last newsletter was written there were two COVID-19 cases reported at La Perla. Both were reported to be long-term California residents. All of us thought we were progressing to a point where we could be more relaxed. With those two cases and the increase in reported cases in San Diego, the Emergency Rules were revisited by the Board of Directors, in an Emergency Meeting, which was open to Members.
The result of that meeting resulting in some new Emergency Rules as follows:
We also put more signage up everywhere. We also put out more bottles of hand sanitizer on every floor; and put medical quality plastic sheets over the elevator buttons. Those sheets are being replaced a couple of times a day.
Elevator Use – The Board has strongly recommended that only same family members occupy an elevator at one time or not more than two individual passengers. So, if an elevator arrives at your floor and is occupied, you may want to wave and say I’ll wait for the next one.
ID Cards – Please make sure family members have their ID cards with them when not at home. On Wednesday there were over 20 young-people on the tennis courts, mostly not playing tennis, so they should not have been there. As reported, the L&R GM asked for their IDs and to leave… of course no one had an ID and scoffed at the request to leave.
A warm welcome to our returning Owners and to all newly arrived residents.
Here at Coronado Shores and at the La Princesa Tower our normal operations have not been so normal. Please practice social distancing and use or continue to use protective masks in common areas; and frequently wash hands.
Packages – We are receiving about 100 packages a day but not all are being picked up that day. So, we have too many packages to store. Please pick them up the day they are delivered. If you can’t, please give us permission to put them in your unit at the entryway. We are also delivering some to your front door to help alleviate the package overflow problem.