Health, Safety, & Well-Being During COVID-19

Updated as of June 08, 2020

As the spread of coronavirus disease COVID-19 continues to affect lives all over the world, 2Clicks remains dedicated to supporting the health, safety, and well-being of our team members and their families. We are also working to minimize any contribution to the spread of the virus and to take proactive measures in support of our communities. In the spirit of transparency and awareness, we want to share some information about these ongoing efforts as we continue to serve 2Clicks customers around the world.

Important information for Techs

We are working with our technicians and providing access to disinfectants, masks, and other personal care items to help them keep their personal belongings clean.
Supplies are very limited, so we are prioritizing the resources to technicians in cities that have the greatest needs

We have a team available 24/7 to support public health in their response to the pandemic. We may temporarily suspend the accounts of clients and technicians confirmed to have contracted or been exposed to COVID‑19.

Safety tips

We’re reminding everyone who uses 2Clicks to follow advice from public health authorities. If you’re sick, stay home and away from others. Wash your hands frequently, and cover your cough or sneeze. For more information, visit the World Health Organization website.

Technicians

Most importantly, do not service clients* if you’re feeling sick

The most important thing you can do right now is to stay home if possible.

This is especially critical if you’re feeling sick. This will help limit the spread of the virus. Let’s help keep clients safe and ensure that we are available for those who need them.

If you are visiting clients
  • Cover your mouth and nose. If you sneeze or cough, do so into your elbow or a tissue.
  • Ask clients to maintain distance. It’s OK to ask clients to give you more space.
  • Open the windows. If possible, ask the client to open windows to improve ventilation

2Clicks Customers

Stay at home, if possible.

The most important thing you can do right now is to stay home if possible.

This is especially critical if you’re feeling sick. This will help limit the spread of the virus. Let’s help keep our communities safe

When a technician visits
  • Social Distancing. Keep a minimum of 6ft distance from the technicians. 
  • Cover your mouth and nose. If you sneeze or cough, do so into your elbow or a tissue.
  • Clean your equipment. Once the technician has completed working on your device(s). Thoroughly clean your equipment with a disinfectant

Advice for Public

World Health Organization