Coronavirus: Information for our customers
Mar 27, 2020 by DROdio
Armory is actively and continuously monitoring the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in line with local and national public health officials, including guidelines provided by the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control.
As a remote-friendly and globally distributed workforce, Armory has taken steps to safeguard our employees and ensure the continued operation of our services to minimize any impact to you.
🟢Fully operational across all departments
🟢Fully operational across all geographies
We continue to monitor this outbreak closely. Our Customer Success teams will contact specific customers if we see or anticipate any impact that may affect them directly.
We strongly encourage you to refer to the guidelines and protocols provided by the WHO, CDC, and your local or national public health authorities to limit the risk of exposure or further spread of the virus.
We also encourage you to ask your employer for their recommendations in response to COVID-19 and how best to limit the risk of infection in your workplace.
Here are some additional realtime resources we have compiled for the Armory Tribe:
For more information regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, including symptoms and guidelines for prevention and treatment, refer to the Centers for Disease Control website.
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