Henry+Horne announces coronavirus protocols for visiting offices

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In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Henry+Horne closed our offices to the public in March. We have been closely monitoring developments and complying with current guidance from public health organizations and the federal, state and local governments. While our doors remain closed, we understand there are times you need to stop by the office. If you do, we are implementing the following health and safety protocols.

Masks or Face Coverings
All visitors, as well as employees, are required to wear masks/face coverings when in the building. Disposable masks will also be available upon request.

Self-Health Screenings
Team members and visitors entering our buildings will be required to complete a self-health screen for COVID-19 symptoms and possible exposure. While you will be screening yourself for symptoms, including fever, infrared thermometers will be available in each office if you would like to use them. We ask that you not visit our offices if you’re sick, or if you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, and that you maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet.

We are working hard to do our part in ensuring the health and safety of all our clients and employees. We’ve implemented the following changes in each of our offices:

  • Fewer chairs in conference rooms to ensure social distancing
  • Capacity limits in conference rooms and offices
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers around the offices
  • Signs posted at the entrances and around the offices

As the situation changes, we make adjustments to our business operations so that we can continue serving your needs while ensuring the safety and well-being of our team members, clients and community. Currently, we are encouraging our employees to work from home. We continue to encourage you to meet with us over the phone or video conferencing rather than face-to-face.

Contact us with any questions or concerns and stay safe and healthy. For more information and resources on COVID-19, see our coronavirus page.