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COVID-19 Update for Casa Guests

Updated on: May 12, 2020

Hi Casa Guests. The City of Isle of Palms state of emergency has been lifted. As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation continues to change rapidly, the city’s top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of the community, staff, guests, and visitors.

On May 12, 2020, the Isle of Palms City Council, met again and made the decision to re-open the Isle of Palms. As of tomorrow, May 13, 2020 all short-term rentals will open back up for the Isle of Palms. All shops and stores will open tomorrow as well. All restaurants opened back up on May 11, 2020 on the Isle of Palms for dine-in and take out orders (as have all restaurants in the surrounding Mount Pleasant and Charleston areas). The beaches are also open and available for all visitors and residents of the Isle of Palms.

Measures have been put in place for extensive cleaning between guests and for everyone (staff and guests) to follow regulations and guidelines for all vacation rental properties as in to compliance with applicable Governor’s Executive Orders, sanitation guidelines, including future guidelines, promulgated by the CDC, DHEC, or any other state or federal public health official. Please see below for the CDC and DHEC sanitary guidelines that each guest will need to do for their stay…

GUEST REQUIREMENTS and GUIDELINES (per CDC and DHEC):

(a) Avoid entering if they have a cough, fever, or generally feel unwell.

(b) Maintain a minimum separation of at least six feet in accordance with social distancing guidelines.

(c) Sneeze/cough into a cloth or tissue.

(d) Not shake hands or engage in any unnecessary physical contact.

(e) Wear face mask or other facial covering in accordance with State requirements.

(f) Keep hand sanitizer with them and practice hand and respiratory hygiene that is consistent with CDC guidelines.

(g) Duration- this Emergency Ordinance shall extend for 61 days through July 8, 2020 unless extended by IOP City Council.

I will be contacting all guests that have upcoming reservations to let them know about the sanitary guidelines and their specific reservation details.

These are very unusual and unprecedented times – unlike anything we’ve seen in our lifetime. We’ll all get through it together.

Hope everyone stays safe and healthy! 🙂

Tina Smith

Property Manager
Webber Ventures, LLC

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