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PFD takes precautions amid COVID-19 pandemic Staff institutes new policies, procedures to help protect the community By SERENITY BISHOP The Sun As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect Burlington County, the Palmyra Fire Department is implementing new policies and procedures. Tasked with protecting residents in moments of emergency, the department will still answer calls, albeit after asking a few questions. In an interview with The Sun, Palmyra Fire Department Chief Richard Dreby wanted the public to know the firehouse will update policies and procedures as more information surfaces on how to do the job while fighting the coronavirus. The firehouse has been closed to the public to avoid possible exposure. The fire department has also advised its members on proper sanitation and the necessity to limit exposure, conducting meetings through telephone and conferences. But department response to calls will be normal. “I think we’re in pretty good shape,” said Dreby. “I think the county fire chiefs have done an excellent job with getting the
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While the Palmyra Fire Department and Palmyra Ambulance Association have been closed to the public, they will both continue to operate as normal. Several new policies and procedures have been initiated in an effort to protect the residents of Palmyra as well as members of the fire department.
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As more cases of COVID-19 are discovered in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, residents are hunkering down in their homes for long-term isolation. COVID-19, more popularly known as the coronavirus, is the communicable, flu-like disease that affects the respiratory system and is at the center of the current pandemic. Efforts to slow the spread of the virus have non-essential employees from all industries and public, private and parochial school students gearing up to work and learn from home for an indefinite but long-term period. But with the spike in telecommuting and at-home virtual classrooms comes the reality that some households and lowincome areas are without either internet access or the tools to get online — especially in the face of widespread library closures that further restrict affordable access for many. Even more aren’t sufficiently equipped to handle the digital demands of their jobs or education with at-home internet limitations. “During this difficult time, when schools and workplaces are closed due to the coronavirus, access to the internet has never been more important,” said Alexandra Wachman, Public Relations Manager at Comcast. “With this in mind, we are going to offer 60 days of free internet service through our Internet Essentials program ... for low-income Americans. Additionally, we’re increasing speeds of the service for all new and existing customers.” Internet Essentials has helped more than eight million customers since 2011 by providing lowcost, high-speed internet to eligible households. Effective March 16, Comcast rolled out “two substantial program enhancements” for Internet Essentials and those
families most technologically compromised by the new normal of working and learning from home, both Wachman and a press release further explained. “A hallmark of this program has been our flexibility in adjusting Internet Essentials to meet the needs of low-income residents in our footprint,” Wachman explained of the twopronged approach. Eligible, low-income new customers in a Comcast service area can get 60 days of complimentary Internet Essentials service by signing up for the program, typically available to eligible households for $9.95 a month. It must be applied for by April 30. Additionally, Internet Essentials will permanently and automatically increase its speeds from 15/2 Mbps to 25/3 Mbps for new and existing customers alike. All new services and initiatives are available to both New Jersey and Pennsylvania Comcast customers, according to Wachman. “In this way, we will ensure that Internet Essentials customers will be able to use their internet service for all their increased needs as a result of this health crisis,” she noted. Five additional steps have also been announced offering increased affordability, connectivity or access to information. Xfinity WiFi hotspots will be available free to anyone who needs them (a hotspot map can be accessed at xfinity.com/wifi), while a pause in all data plans will offer unlimited data at no additional charge for 60 days. Disconnects and late fees will also be suspended temporarily, as long as customers communicate with Comcast about the need for a moratorium in payment. School-age children can now access a variety of educational content by saying “education” into an X1 or Flex voice remote. Those same remotes can tap into the most up-to-date COVID-19
information when a user says “coronavirus” into them. And to accommodate the sudden and long-term shift in internet usage, all systems and networks will be monitored, tested and enhanced to support spikes in user patterns. Numerous school districts throughout both states have already taken advantage of the programs and services currently available, with many directly helping low-income households in their areas receive free internet to aid in their children’s continued education. MaST Community Charter School, which has three Philadelphia locations, is one of those schools, according to CEO John F. Swoyer III. “We have families using the Comcast Essentials package with their pricing discount to access internet throughout our schools,” he said. “We see the impact of access and learning to be key at a time like this for all students.” In New Jersey’s Burlington County, Evesham Township School District Director of Curriculum and Instruction Danielle Magulick has seen households in need also benefit from accessible internet providing their children’s remote classroom. “Comcast’s Internet Essentials is one program that we typically talk to families about,” she said. “We do have families who are using the 60 days of free internet.” Both Swoyer and Magulick said their districts are using Comcast in conjunction with other available technologies, from devices to programs, in order to ensure as seamless a transition as possible from inperson classrooms to at-home screens. “We are trying to ensure children are engaged while at home and our teachers are using our virtual portal ... to make this happen,” Swoyer said. “They are doing an excellent job.”
MARCH 25-31, 2020 — THE PALMYRA SUN
Environmental Film Fest highlights value of going green Event theme urges residents to reduce plastic use By SERENITY BISHOP The Sun The Palmyra Green Team had plans earlier this month for a series of events educating the community on proper care for the environment. While those events have been postponed due to the emergence of COVID-19 in Burlington County, the intent behind them will be addressed at some point in the future. “The Green Team has been focused on our Sustainable Jersey action and obtaining our bronze certification, but we wanted to branch out and share ways that people can be environmentally friendly,” said team member Mindie Weiner. The Palmyra Green Team partnered with the Riverton Green Team at Central Baptist Church in Palmyra on March 5 to host the first Environmental Film Fest. The group watched two movies the first night, including “Bag It” and “Burlington Island.” The hour-long “Bag It” is about an American named Jeb Berrier who makes a pledge to stop using plastic bags at the grocery store, a decision that changes his life. “Burlington Island” is an 18-minute film that takes place over the course of 15 days in April and May of 2019, when United by Blue, The City of Burlington, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Allied Recycling, Sea Tow Delaware River, River Services, AP Construction and the Board of Island Managers conducted a cleanup of Burlington Island on the Delaware River, removing 96,100 pounds of trash. On March 12, the Green Team planned to show “The Biggest
Little Farm,” a movie that follows a couple through their successes and failures as they develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles. “Some of the films that we wanted to show were personal favorites of the members,” Weiner said. “The first event was incredible. We had many people come out, which is great. It’s always nice when you do events and you have people that you didn’t know show up. “It was wonderful.” But Weiner admitted the event was both revealing and depressing, “I know for myself and a friend of mine, we both have since ordered things in an effort to reduce our plastic. I’ve been chatting about other ways as well.” “There’s no way you watch a movie like that and not go home and look at your own life and see all of your plastic,” Weiner added. “I think it was great that my friends called me and said that they followed suit and did things to reduce it. “Hopefully seeing things like that and putting the issues on the front burner, we can make better decisions moving forward.” Weiner said that while the future events have been postponed, the Green Team would like to continue the Environmental Film Fest at a later and safer time. PSA
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‘We want to protect everyone’: Doctors discuss COVID-19 Regional medical facilities take steps to protect, treat residents By KRYSTAL NURSE The Sun Constant changes in how the nation is fighting the coronavirus have caused hospitals and medical offices to alter visitation policies and push for patients to follow their advice. Dr. Charles Scott, chair of Advocare Doctors’ Coronavirus Task Force — who practices general pediatric care at Advocare Medford and Mansfield Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine — exPSA
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Virtua’s visitation guidelines can be viewed by visiting Virtua. org “There are innumerable circumstances where exceptions may be appropriate, so surgeon discretion is advised,” Nicole Pensiero, corporate director of communications at Jefferson, said in an email. “We are also recommending transitioning procedures to ambulatory centers if appropriate and feasible.” Scott emphasized social distancing, since the virus can be spread by a cough or sneeze from a person in close contact. Distancing is one of the ways to “flatten the curve,” doctors say, meaning to restrict the virus’ spread. Helping the elderly and immuno-compromised population stay protected has been the priority of health officials, since the probability of fatal complications is higher in that demo-
graphic, Scott said. “If you’re not essential to be at work, stay home,” he added. “Limit the amounts of needing to go out; go get your groceries, but know what you need. Social distancing is important, hand washing for 20 seconds and mind your coughs and sneezes.” In the event of COVID-19 symptoms or the flu, Scott urges patients to call their primary care offices to alert nurse practitioners, secretaries and doctors. “If we have a suspected patient, don’t be surprised if a doctor comes with a gown, masks and gloves,” Scott explained. “Are we treating our patients? Yes we are. Are we staying safe and healthy? Yes we are.” Doctors on the front lines of the pandemic are adhering to health protocols while maintaining contact with regular patients for wellness checks and immunizations.
As for treatment of the virus, fluids are highly suggested. As of deadline, there is neither a vaccine nor definitive treatment. Scott said severely ill patients should get treatments specific to their complications. Scott urged that over-the-counter medicines be taken when appropriate and as labeled. “Ibuprofen is not a friend to kidneys and acetaminophen isn’t friendly to the liver; use them when needed, but don’t overdo it,” he advised. As of deadline, coronavirus testing is currently limited to those with symptoms. “If you’re sick, call us first so you can get the appropriate care so we can prepare for when you visit the office,” Scott said. “Telehealth (medical services by phone) is probably coming up in the next few weeks, but there are some things we need to physically see face to face.”
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WE ARE HIRING DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS New starting rate $12.00 p/hr.
Assist people with daily living activities, including personal goals, recreation and daily household living. Facilitate proper medical care and meet the physical, emotional and personal needs of the people we serve. Position provides direct care and support in life skills, transportation and integration into the community for residents.
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• Compensation structures that are based on a pay-for-performance philosophy • Vacation pay • A comprehensive benefit plans including medical, vision and prescription coverage with minimal employee contribution • A 401K savings program and life insurance • Performance based bonuses and an employee referral program
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• A minimum HS diploma or GED • 21 YRS of age or older • A valid driver’s license • The ability to communicate and provide physical care to the people we serve • A clear criminal history • A clean driving record Interested • Basic computer skills • A flexible work schedule in joining our team? Multiple Or know somebody who Work Locations Send your resume would be? Check out our Available email@example.com current openings listed Employee Referral at qmainc.com. Program Contact Danielle Hollis 856-735-1015 700 Cinnaminson Avenue, Building B, Palmyra NJ 08065
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