To our valued customers,
Like all of you, we have been following the ongoing effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19). At this point there has been no outbreak in our communities but our goal is the safety and health of our clients and staff.
At Pomodori we have always maintained strict policies with regard to cleanliness and food safety for our customers. Our team is now making extra efforts to wipe down all areas and items that could carry infection more frequently each day at all our locations.
During this time of stress and uncertainty, maintaining good nutrition and health is crucial more than ever. Here are some general tips & guidelines:
- Eat nutritious meals and snacks
- Exercise to stay strong
- Wash your hands regularly
- If you are sick or may have been exposed to the virus, please stay home.
- Cover your mouth with your elbow when you cough or sneeze.
- Avoid high fives, hugs & handshakes
To keep up to date, the Government of Canada has a good website with accurate information which can be found at: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html
And the New Brunswick Government has created a new site specific to this in New Brunswick. In our province we remain at only 1 positive case of the virus and 1 probable case – both people are in their mid-50’s, both cases were travel related and both cases are being isolated from other people
We appreciate your continued support of our business and trust that if we all do our part, we will all work toward the best outcome possible.
Albert Einstein describes how Crisis is a great blessing for people and nations, because crisis brings progress:
We can’t expect change if we keep doing the same things.
Crisis is a great blessing for people and nations, because crisis brings progress. Creativity arises from anguish, as day arises from the dark of night. It is in periods of crisis that inventiveness, discoveries and great strategies are born. Those who overcome the crisis bring out the best in themselves without being “overcome”.
Whoever attributes their failures and difficulties to a crisis, violates their own talent, and gives more value to problems than to solutions.
The real crisis is the crisis of incompetence. What holds back people and nations is laziness in seeking solutions and ways out.
Without crisis we lack challenges, without challenges life is routine, a slow agony. Without crisis there is no merit. It is in crisis that the best of each of us emerges, because without crisis all the winds are only light breezes.
Over-talking about crisis means increasing it, and keeping silent in a crisis only enhances conformism, instead, let’s work hard. Let’s put an end, once and for all to the most dangerous crisis, which is the tragedy of not wanting to fight to overcome it.
Albert Einstein – 1929