SeaScape and COVID 19 – March 15, 2020

The Governor of North Carolina has ordered schools closed and is limiting in certain cases, the mass gathering of more than 100 people to help contain the spread of illness and death due to COVID 19.

Closer home, county officials announced Friday, March 13th, that the first presumptive case of novel coronavirus (COVID 19) had been identified in Brunswick County. (See Attachment)

Both the POA Board and the management company are continuing to monitor the quickly evolving news related to the COVID-19 virus. The health of our residents remains the highest priority as we continue to operate our amenities in SeaScape. We will continue to seek appropriate medical and government consultation, as well as, communicate directly with the Alliance of Brunswick County Property Owners Association (ABCPOA) and its individual community member associations.

While the Board and the management company will do our part to address and reduce potential risks, the solution requires all of us to work together to protect our community. We will address cleaning and disinfection schedules to ensure effectiveness. We plan to promptly communicate recommendations, changes and/or any limitations that may arise promptly.

So, what can you do?

When attending our GMH, the fitness center and other resident events, please do your part by following these guidelines:

  • If you are sick, please stay at home.
  • Check on your neighbors and friends.
  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water.
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Practice hand-shaking alternatives.
  • When using the SeaScape facilities for events or activities, please consider limiting the number so that social distancing can be practiced.
  • The pools, hot tub, sauna will remain open until further notice based on CDC guidance.
  • When using the Fitness Center, use disinfectant spray or wipes before and after using equipment.
  • Follow any guidelines provided by the Center for Disease Control or our local Health Agencies.

Submitted by Gary Coleman on behalf of the SeaScape POA Board