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COVID-19 Response

Habitat for Humanity of Lake-Sumter cares about the health and safety of our staff, supporters and the people we serve.  This includes the prevention of disease and viral infections on site, at our ReStores, and in the office.  In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak we want to assure you that measures are being taken to keep our build sites, ReStores, and offices a safe, fun, and healthy environment.

We are actively monitoring and adhering to the guidance provided by Habitat for Humanity International as well as local, state and federal health agencies.  By practicing of social distancing and out of safety and concern for our staff, customers, and donors we have shut down all our ReStores, Fleet, & Dispatch Center *Effective immediately (March 20, 2020) until further notice.  We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding and cooperation. And we look forward to reopening and serving all those in the community. We will continue to post additional updates here as conditions change.

While we continue to move forward, we do ask that if you feel unwell or have traveled recently to one of the areas designated by the CDC as level 3, you refrain from visiting a Habitat build, ReStore or office. Similarly, if a member of your household has potentially been exposed to the virus through travel or other means, seek medical guidance and refrain from participating in any Habitat-related events, including volunteering or shopping in our ReStores.

Please see below health guidelines that offer advice from the World Health Organization on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Coronavirus: Good health guidelines

CONTACT:

Please reach out if you have any concerns to Info@HabitatLS.org or (352) 483-0434

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We appreciate your patience during this time.

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