Subject: Officials in Alaska to lift some business restrictions starting April 24. Stay-at-home order to remain in place until further notice.
We hope this finds you all healthy and safe during these unprecedented times. As with the snow in Alaska, it appears COVID-19 restirctions are slowly melting away.
Alaskan Governor Michael Dunleavy announced the reopening of certain businesses in the state starting April 24, and extended the stay-at-home order until further notice, as part of the state's efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Restaurants and retail stores will be allowed to provide limited in-person services, as well as barbers and hair salons, starting April 24. However, in the city of Anchorage, reopenings will start April 27. Businesses must enhance sanitation, all workers required to wear face masks, and a proper distance between customers must be ensured. Further details regarding the guidelines that businesses must follow to reopen will be announced in the coming days.
State of Alaska - COVID-19 Updates: https://gov.alaska.gov
Span Alaska’s priority is the safety of our workforce, our customers, and the vital cargo entrusted to us for successful delivery throughout Alaska. To date, there have been no instances of COVID-19 with our employees. Our drivers are practicing enhanced hygiene techniques while on the road, and are trained to maintain appropriate physical distance from others during pickups and deliveries. If new restrictions are imposed, we will comply with all regulations in place at that time and advise of any service changes in a timely manner.
Thank you for your understating and the confidence you place in our services.
For additional information, please call 1-800-257-7726. Thank you.