News about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is everywhere. Some of it helpful and some not. There continues to be a lot of misinformation in the public and we encourage you to ask questions and stay informed. The most up-to-date and accurate information you can trust will come from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
As an essential business, we are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of our employees, our customers and our partners. Safety and health are our first priority. Please click here — Coronavirus Update regarding our response to the current crisis and how we continue to stay safe and still take orders, ship and deliver products in the region.
Like you, we had many questions. Partnering with SSM Health, the largest faith based health care system in the region, we have compiled answers to Frequently Asked Questions below. For additional information and updates regarding the Coronavirus, please visit the SSM Health Foundation – St. Louis Facebook page or the SSM Health Matters Blog. SSM Health is in compliance with the Center for Disease Control and Protection (CDC).
Below, please find links to YouTube videos and articles responding to everything you want to know about the COVID-1 pandemic.
- When should I see a doctor?
- Should I call before to visit Urgent Care or ER?
- Can people be evaluated without a facility?
- Is it safe to go to grocery store and pharmacy?
- What is social distancing and how do I take action?
- How long should I isolate myself?
- Enough tests for everyone?
- How is COVID-19 spread?
- How long is pandemic going to last?
- How infectious is COVID-19?
- How do I care for someone with COVID-19?
Please note: the information regarding the spread of the illness and how people get sick is constantly being updated because this is a new virus. The CDC is the best source of current information on Coronavirus. We will do our best to stay updated on our Coronavirus Update page and our Tree Court Builders Supply Facebook page.
Thank you again for your continued support of Tree Court and all local business’ in St. Louis. We have always managed our business with faith and gratitude and we will continue to do so now. That said, we need each other now more than ever and will keep you all in our prayers for good health and safety during this time.
Christina and Tim