This is to update you on Warwick's status with COVID-19. In lighter times, we often joke about our location, which while not far from the cities, is pretty rural. Virtually all of the area for 50 miles in every direction is either water, forest, marshland or farms, sprinkled with a few small towns. While our location always provides the advantage of less expensive operations than are possible in metropolitan areas, it also now helps to insulate Warwick from the worst of the v
This is to update you on Warwick's status with COVID-19. We have decided that weekly updates on Mondays are likely the appropriate frequency, though you are always welcome to contact us with questions at any time. Warwick continues to operate normally. The Governor of Maryland just completed a press conference during which he ordered the closure of all non-essential businesses in the state, beginning at 5 PM today. However, Warwick is deemed an essential business because it i
We plan to continue to update you on how COVID-19 is impacting Warwick throughout the coming weeks. The headline today is that while COVID-19 has now arrived in Warwick's area, we are continuing with normal operations and taking aggressive steps to contain any impact on business operations.
When we last updated you on March 10, there were just 6 cases reported in Maryland. There are now 37, which remains small compared to the state's population of 6 million. However, COVID
We thought that now would be a good time to update you on how Warwick is preparing for the COVID-19 virus. The current situation is that there are six confirmed COVID cases in Maryland, all of which are located west of Chesapeake Bay and over an hour from our facility. While we have not been directly affected, Warwick is taking steps to prepare: Eliminating all non-essential business travel for staff Limiting visitors to Warwick's facility Providing gloves and hand sanitizer