HEALTH BULLETIN - COVID-19 MAY 22, 2020

Today Governor Cooper's Stay at Home Order expires and Phase 2 of Reopening our State begins.

While we are optimistic that the situation will continue in a forward direction, please know that the protocols implemented to keep the community and our staff as safe as possible will continue until further notice.

The following protocols remain in place:

• Our office is open for business. To prevent the potential spread of COVID-19, we
are still limiting in person office visits to only those deemed necessary.
• We are continuing to practice social distancing and asking visitors and staff to wear masks while interacting.
• We continue to disinfect common areas and surfaces multiple times a day as well as before and after interaction with non-office personnel.

The health and well-being of our community and staff are at the core of all that The McIntosh Law Firm does.

We continue to provide our services via phone, email, or video conferencing. You may continue to contact our attorneys and staff via phone or email as usual. Our office phone number is 704-892-1699 and email addresses are available on our website, www.McIntoshLawFirm.com

We urge you to continue following the recommendations of local authorities and stay informed about this evolving situation.

For more information on COVID-19, review a fact sheet provided by the NC DHHS and direct questions to the COVID-19 Citizen Hotline (1-866-462-3821).

HEALTH BULLETIN - COVID-19 MARCH 23, 2020

As concern about the global pandemic continues to grow, The McIntosh Law Firm, P.C. has taken additional steps to keep the community and our staff safe. Please note the following changes:

Effective Monday, March 23, our office is open for business, but not business as usual. To prevent the potential spread of COVID-19 in our community, we are limiting office visits to only those deemed absolutely necessary.

We will continue to provide our normal services via phone, email, or video conferencing. You may continue to contact our attorneys and staff via phone or email as per usual. Our office phone number is 704-892-1699.

We urge you to continue following the recommendations of local authorities: stay at home, as much as you can, avoid physical contact with others, wash your hands often, cover your cough, and avoid touching your face with unclean hands. Doing these things will help protect our community and alleviate capacity at our healthcare facilities.

We encourage everyone to stay abreast of the rapidly evolving situation via reliable sources including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the NC DHHS and the Mecklenburg County Public Health Department (MCPH).

For more information on COVID-19, review a fact sheet provided by the NC DHHS and direct questions to the COVID-19 Citizen Hotline (1-866-462-3821).