Alexandria, VA – In its nightly email, the city continues to urge residents to stay at home, unless going out is essential. And when out, they stress the importance of maintaining six feet of distance around others.
Today saw the launch of Smart911. City residents can use the web-based service to help dispatchers and first responders know their medical history and more. If there is ever an emergency, those who assist you are already aware of things like allergies and preferred contacts. Profiles can be created for your home and work addresses. To sign up and learn more, click HERE. The service is completely free. Updating profiles every six months is recommended so information stays current.
Alexandria and its Health Department have provided a wealth of helpful information to residents during the pandemic. The new “COVID-19 Resource Catalog” has all of that previously released information in one place Every page is a pintable PDF file. To view, click HERE. Be sure to keep it for reference.
Spreading Cheer Continues
The community is invited to continue to share positive messages. Your message can be written on a window sign, displayed as chalk art in your driveway, or even be a taped note to workers on a trash can. Now is a time when positively is needed. Do what you can and take a picture, then post it with the hashtag #SpreadCheerALX. To find out more, click HERE.