Hi Fetch Family,
On Friday, Somerville's Mayor Curtatone added new restrictions on workers during the COVID19 social distancing phase.
From The City of Somerville:
By order of the Board of Health and Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone, effective at 12:01 a.m. Sunday, March 22, all personal services and general retail provided in person shall temporarily cease operation. This includes, but is not limited to, the following:
Hairdressers and barbers, Nail salons, Massage services, Body Art, Body Work, Spa services, and General Retail.
This order does NOT include childcare services, which have been addressed via a statewide order, or services provided by a licensed healthcare provider such as, but not limited to, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy. In addition, this does NOT include stores that sell groceries, hardware stores, liquor stores, bicycle shops, laundromats, dry cleaners, banks, check cashing services, or stores that sell essential household goods and cleaning products. This Emergency Order shall remain in effect until notice is given, pursuant to the Board of Health's judgment that the Public Health Emergency no longer exists.
As Fetch is taking the proper precautions to ensure social distancing, sanitation, and PPE, we feel confident that our services will continue. We are operating as a pickup/drop-off service at present and will adjust accordingly in the future if further restrictions keep us from entering your homes.
Thanks for sticking with us. We will continue with our regular schedules on Monday, March 23, 2020.