IT&E CNMI statement on Covid-19 rumors

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(Press Release) — In response to rumors that IT&E is in a “hot zone” for Covid-19, IT&E issued the following statement Tuesday:

“The health of the community and our employees are our top priority. IT&E remains committed to preventing the spread of Covid-19 and is complying with the Commonwealth Healthcare Corp. and the CNMI government guidelines and protocols.

“We have been implementing sanitization measures to meet the health and safety challenges presented by Covid-19. These measures are:

“Frequent sanitization of the IT&E facility, including customer areas and employee work stations.

“Installation of plexiglass shields at cashier and customer service desks.

“Face masks required for all associates at all times.

“Face masks required for all customers entering the store.

“Limited number of associates and customers in a store at a time to ensure social distancing.

“Frequent hand-washing for employees.

“All associates are strictly required to stay home if they are sick.

“Customers are not allowed to enter the store if they are sick or exhibit symptoms of Covid-19, such as cough, fever and shortness of breath.

“Signage explaining health and safety precautions are posted at each store.

“All social distancing and sanitization measures are being followed by all employees, including those in non-customer facing roles.

“Services are available online at and over the phone at 682-4483.

“During times of crises like now, it’s important to avoid spreading misinformation that could be harmful. We encourage the community to be vigilant against misinformation and utilize reliable sources for updates about Covid-19.

“Official IT&E updates and information found at and on IT&E official social media."

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