At Sohl Foot & Ankle, we are so proud of being part of a community that has followed the current safety guidance so well.
As other parts of our country are experiencing COVID-19 surges, communities like ours have been holding the line (at least up to the time I was writing this). When I go out to run errands, almost every business I visit is masking their employees and requiring the patrons to mask and socially distance.
The cumulative effort has helped keep most of us safe.
Sohl Foot & Ankle extends our condolences and sympathies to the those who have lost loved ones to COVID-19, and to the many more that have been infected.
As we continue to trudge through 2020, our fate as a community is in our collective hands.
If we maintain our social distance, avoid cramped indoor spaces and wear masks, we will get through this moment with less scars to show for it.
We all still need to do our part.
When the shutdown started, many businesses, including Sohl Foot & Ankle, were directly affected.
Remember way back in March…it was scary.
Through those first weeks and months when we stayed home, essential workers pushed through with great risk and sacrifice to their own health and wellbeing.
I cannot sum up enough gratitude for what these people did for our community during the first wave.
As a parent of two elementary school students, I recently had the opportunity to attend the Council Rock School District zoom meetings.
My family is thankful for the dedicated CRSD Administrators, Staff, and School Board Members for taking on such an enormous task to game out the best scenarios for our community.
This impeding community challenge will thrust a new group of essential workers into close quarters with thousands of students.
We need to be ready.
It’s up to all of us, businesses and individuals, to continue our great effort to keep our community safe.
We at Sohl Foot & Ankle will continue to use all available safety measures and mitigations techniques to keep our patients and staff safe and healthy.
Telehealth visits are available when applicable.
Sanitizing has been our obsessive dogma.
COVID-19 health checks are now the norm.
Temperature checks and masks are mandatory.
And we are ready to adjust our office schedule in the future if new challenges arise.
PHOTO CAP: Wear a mask, wash your hands, stay home if you’re sick, keep your distance…it helps.