Safely Re-Open Using UV & Germicidal Lighting Solutions
July 29th | 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a cleaning crisis in public and private spaces. As businesses start to re-open, how do you quickly and effectively disinfect the space while providing peace of mind to our staff and customers? UV-Lighting has been used in hospitals and healthcare facilities for decades to kill bacteria and viruses. Learn how this technology can help keep your customers and staff safe from germs while reducing the need for manual cleaning.
During this educational webinar,
Eagle Integrated Solutions’ Derek McDaniels will provide an overview of the efficacy of UV-A and UV-C lighting as a tool for disinfection. He will discuss the multiple types of UV lighting available including permanent installation, mobile options and spot applications. Derek will also provide information about a recent study on the effectiveness of UV-Lighting against COVID-19 and studies of effectiveness in public and private settings
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County Executive Pittman Announces New COVID Restrictions to Address Surge and Help Keep Anne Arundel County Open
County Executive Steuart Pittman announced that Anne Arundel County will take several new actions to address the rising rate of COVID-19 spread.
The details of the executive order are as follows:
Requires restaurants, bars and other food service establishments to cease indoor operations by 10:00 p.m.
Prohibits indoor social gatherings of more than 25 people and outdoor social gatherings of more than 50 people.
“Social gatherings” include, but are not limited to, parties, cookouts, concerts or performances, parades, festivals, conventions, fundraisers, and other gatherings that are not associated with operating or patronizing a business.
“Social gatherings” do not include gatherings at retail stores, offices, restaurants, fraternal social clubs, youth sports, or casinos, or gatherings for religious or spiritual purposes on the premises of a religious or spiritual facility.
Requires that food service establishments at food courts in indoor shopping malls shall be limited to carry-out service only. Dining at tables or other spaces in indoor food courts is prohibited. Pedestrian areas in indoor shopping malls may remain open to provide access to retail stores and food service establishments.
Establishes a new fine structure for establishments that do not comply, starting with $500 for the first offense, and reinforces the Health Officer’s ability to impose a suspension or closure.
The Central Maryland Chamber alongside The Business Monthly have begun the process of updating and printing our new Business Directory and Relocation Guide. As part of your membership, every Central Maryland Chamber member receives a listing in the Business Guide. You will receive a copy of the “Relocation and Business Resource Guide” for no charge in October.
We need your help to be certain that all of your profile information is correct, before it is printed in the directory.