Last Updated: March 20, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. ET
Coronavirus Information and Updates
Delta Star East Operating Status: Normal
Delta Star West Operating Status: Normal
Delta Star North Operating Status: Normal
Only critical visitor(s) will be allowed in Delta Star, Inc. properties. This includes; customers, suppliers, consultants, and contractors. General Manager approval will be required for any and all visitor(s).
Delta Star will be providing several additional options for our customers:
If you are an employee and exhibit any of the following symptoms, please call a healthcare provider for guidance.
|Delta Star East
Physicians Treatment Center
|Delta Star West
Kaiser Redwood City
|Delta Star North
As the number of national coronavirus (COVID-19) cases continues to rise, the safety of the Delta Star community remains the primary concern. Delta Star’s Executive Leadership has been meeting regularly and carefully monitoring the situation, maintaining contact with state public health officials, and following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Decisions that are being made, rely heavily on the guidance received from the World Health Organization (WHO), CDC and local health departments and is intended to protect the health and welfare of our employees, their families, and the local communities of: Lynchburg, San Carlos, and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu.
We recognize the uncertainty this global health issue is creating and are committed to keeping you informed and up to date as this situation evolves. COVID-19 has affected many countries around the world. Delta Star will continue to monitor the guidance from local, state, and federal public health officials. For the most up-to-date information, visit CDC. The CDC has provided Five Facts about COVID-19.
Delta Star has suspended all air travel until April 13. All other forms of travel require approval from a manager and an executive.
Delta Star employees who have personal plans to travel to affected areas in the U.S. are being asked to reconsider their travel.
As a reminder, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) always recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, including: