AHW is continuing on site inspections for current clients, as an essential home security business, ONLY, in properties where social distancing and CDC protocols can be observed. If a client is in residence in their home or plans to be, it is very important that communication between them and AHW occurs ahead of arrivals and inspections. If you plan to be at your home, please call me ahead of time to see when the last AHW inspection was, recommendations for 5 days in between visits is being observed by AHW. During inspections, AHW is using gloves, face mask and Chlorox wipes.
March 25, 2020
Warren County Requests No Further Short-term Rentals; Wants to hear from seasonal residents who have returned to the County
Those who have arrived from New York City area are advised to self-isolate for 14 days.
Warren County officials are respectfully and strongly requesting that all property owners, including second home owners, remove any short-term rental listings from Airbnb, Vrbo and similar services as soon as possible.
Additionally, Warren County wants to touch base with any seasonal residents who may have come back to their homes in the county from the New York City area in recent weeks during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
Warren County Public Health Director Ginelle Jones asks that those who have come from the New York City metro area, where COVID cases have been far more prevalent, to follow recent federal guidance and self-isolate for at least 14 days after leaving the metro area. That includes New Jersey, Westchester and Rockland counties and Long Island.
The same request is also made of those who have come to the county from the New York City area to rent Airbnb or other short-term rentals during the outbreak, as reports are many of these rentals have been booked in recent days.
Jones said her staff can help educate those who have recently arrived as to the local outbreak protocols.
“We would like to touch base with them to provide information about our local situation and share information about local resources,”” Jones said.
Those resources can include assistance in meeting needs during quarantine.
The Public Health Department can be reached at 518-761-6580. After hours, the on-call Public Health Supervisor will call you back.
Warren County public health and public safety professionals are on top of COVID-19. Please rest easy that we are doing everything we can to protect the public from this virus.