80 days ago

Elusion Level 2

Patrick Koot from Elusion Electrical Ltd

Elusion along with you all feel a little bit sad with the news we have some Covid back in NZ. With Christchurch going back to level 2 from midday we wish to reassure our customers we take your health seriously at all time. We continue to carry masks we can wear on request. Patrick travels with hand sanatizer and hygeine is extremely important to us.
Please to all our customers if you are feeling unwell, let us know and we can reschedule jobs for when you are well. It helps protect the customer Patrick goes to next in the day or week. If you have recently returned from Auckland or in contact with someone who has in the last 14 days let us know so Shan can do a risk assessment.
Further to that we promise to you that if anyone in our house is unwell we will delay your job to keep you safe.
*if you or someone in your house is immunosuppressed please inform us at time of booking so we can make extra effort to lower your risk*

In the mean time let's hope this settles quickly.
Any questions just ask
Kia Kaha everyone
Patrick and Shan

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