Rama metro life
09 - September - 2020
With the COVID pandemic spreading its reach every day, it’s important to be organized and prepared than to panic. The exponential growth in the number of outbreaks has forced governments across the world to enforce lockdowns so that the intensity of the spread can be contained. All social-gathering places like schools, gyms, swimming pools, movie halls, restaurants, parks, etc. have been shut down. Offices have started experimenting with work-from-home routines as well.
In such a time, when people are confined indoors, housing societies and apartment complexes also have to follow certain rules to ensure resident safety. Families with kids and older parents are entitled to have their peace of mind knowing they are residing in a safe society. So not just government and medical officials, housing societies too must insist on laying down strict measures and be aware of proper protocols to be followed in case of cases in the society.
Here’s a guide for housing societies to help ensure proper safety in these uncertain times.
Code of conduct in society premises
Tips to use common utilities
Advice for dealing with infected residents
All housing societies must step up and be proactive in times like these. Apart from implementing all essential safety measures, they must also encourage residents to self-report and facilitate tests, isolation and quarantine of infected person/s. They must also perform a risk assessment to prevent further spread in the society. If the residential complex is in a containment zone, the housing authorities must cooperate and follow government guidelines.
We at Rama Group understand the need for special care in these tough times. That’s why we have ensured that utmost safety measures are implemented across all our projects in Pune. Our site at Metro Life is probably one of the safest in Pune since we have left no stones unturned in ensuring every safety protocols are followed to the T. You can visit Rama Metro Life site without worry and explore premium 2 BHK flats in Tathawade.