A local hospital nurse tested positive for COVID-19 and is in the process of selling her home. During the end days of her quarantine, she’s hired professionals to move her furnishings to her new home. She informs the company that she is near the end of her isolation period and has shown no symptoms during her quarantine. The movers, however, decline to accept her job.
The closing date on her home cannot change and the new buyer (a rehabber) tells her that if she is not moved out by the closing date, she will be charged a $250 daily fee. To further complicate her situation, the nurse’s hospital is unable to provide her a new test to determine if she is indeed COVID-19 free since she was placed on furlough during her quarantine period.
The Wellington Environmental team worked with the nurse and her realtor to disinfect all the contents and travel containers in her home so that the movers would be comfortable handling her items. And, after the house was vacated, our team did another full disinfecting of the house to provide added comfort for the new owner.