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Nursing Home Security & Safety Upgrades Needed to Stop the Spread of Disease: A Look at COVID-19’s Impact and What Could Have Been Prevented

The Coronavirus outbreak has impacted many industries and businesses negatively, especially the nursing homes in New York City and Long Island. Nursing homes tend to be understaffed which can make it difficult to care for their patients, and the presence of COVID-19 made this problem even more prominent. In fact, the New York Times reports … Continue reading

How To Keep Your NYC Business Safe During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Burglars Active During Quarantine in New York City The Coronavirus has shut down all non-essential businesses for the last month or so. The employees of these businesses have also shut down, with the majority of these workers staying inside and practicing social distancing, as they should. However, there is one group of ‘workers’ who are … Continue reading

Security System Upgrades New York City Apartment Buildings May See During COVID-19 & Beyond

The recent outbreak of the Coronavirus has already impacted various businesses throughout New York City and will continue to do so even after shelter in place orders have been lifted. Owners or managers of apartment buildings, for example, need to ensure both the physical safety of their building, their belongings, and their health. In the … Continue reading

5 Ways COVID-19 Coronavirus Will Reshape How Security Is Done In New York Warehouses by Logistics Companies

With the outbreak of COVID-19, warehouses in New York will have to change how security is done within their facility. The Coronavirus has significantly increased the importance of logistics, fast deliveries, and overall demand for goods. This also means that there is an increased need for more delivery based goods especially as many businesses have … Continue reading