As we continue to learn more about the COVID-19 Virus and its impact on our communities and our industry in general, we will update and publish the information on our blogs and announcements pages. Board members and residents with specific questions about their communities should contact the Resident Services Group or login to your portal page for additional details.
RealManage is not a primary source of information for health information related to the COVID-19 Virus. Please see the below resources which may provide more accurate and timely data on both the outbreak locally and preventative measures you can take to help stop the spread.
COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a new coronavirus introduced to humans for the first time. The World Health Organization has put out a video discussing how you can protect yourself against this invisible infection.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are both doing everything possible to publish up-to-date and easy to understand content about the COVID-19, also known as the Novel Coronavirus or Sars-Cov-2. You can access their resources using the links below. Additionally, Johns Hopkins University has created a case map that you can use to see local and global infection information.
On March 27, 2020, the President signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act (the “Act”) into law following the Act’s approval by both chambers of Congress. The Act is aimed at reducing the economic impact of the novel coronavirus 2019 (“COVID-19”) pandemic and authorizes $2.1 trillion in aid to various sectors of the economy.
Called the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the 880-page law (PDF) contains several key measures to provide financial help to families, including direct cash payments of up to $1,200 to many individuals, enhanced unemployment benefits, suspension of student loan payments, and relaxed rules for tapping retirement savings.
While we are all facing this pandemic together, it's important to remember that there are things we can all do to provide support and alleviate some of the strain on our communities and world. We want to encourage everyone to be kind during this time and help when possible.
Here are some other resources you may find helpful at this time:
Many of our communities are working together at this time to provide residents and board members with a strong sense of community while practicing and respecting the social distancing guidelines. If you would like to participate, speak to your Community Manager today about #StrongerTogether initiatives.