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According to the Oregonian, the state plans to announce a statewide policy and public awareness campaign on Monday calling for “aggressive social distancing” and telling people to stay home except for urgent reasons to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus.
They described the forthcoming directive as being similar to California’s shelter-in-place policy. The directive will still allow Oregonians to go to grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, and do other activities to maintain physical and mental health such as exercising, officials said. But it would ban people from leaving home to meet with friends and family for non-urgent reasons, such as going to the movies or having a party.
To be proactive, I have decided to close Denilass Business and Tax Services for the next 2 weeks and have asked my staff to stay home with their family and try to stay healthy. We will continue to work on returns that have already come in. And for those that have not, I encourage you to call or email so we can make arrangements for getting the documents necessary to complete their return. During these two weeks we would like to receive tax source documents and deliver tax returns electronically or by mail. Alternatively, clients may use the mail slots in our door to drop their off their materials.
Please know that these are new and difficult challenges and this decision was not made lightly. We are not alarmists but if 2 weeks helps slow down the spreading of the virus it will be the best for all of us in the long run.
Please check our website often for updated information. We have technology in place to continue serving you while the office is closed and will do our best to provide the best customer service possible during these turbulent times.
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