42 North
Resident Communication February 17, 2020
Dear Resident, 

I hope that you had a restful Winter break and are enjoying the start to the spring semester. We wanted to reach out to you with some advice to help keep the community healthy as we make our way into the cold and flu season. There has also been concern with the recent outbreak of the coronavirus in China and its spread to the United States, and other areas of the world.

It is imperative that we all do our part to reduce the danger of infection by observing best practices for preventing incidences of the flu and other illnesses within our community. It is important to remember that it is best to stay home from class and from work if you think you are ill and to seek medical care, as necessary. This advice applies to everyone, every year. The flu season is at its peak right now, and that alone warrants such a directive.

 
 
Remember these important things to help you stay healthy: 
 
 
 
As always, the health and safety of our residents and visitors is our top priority. We will continue to keep our community informed — and we encourage everyone to practice routine hygiene etiquette as this is the best way to prevent the spread of infection.

Thank you, 

42 North