Together, we are all positively impacting lives. Thank you for everything you are doing during this crisis.
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COVID-19 Mental Health Resource Hub:
Anthem has joined with Psych Hub, a free digital hub to help our members with the stress resulting from COVID-19. This hub brings together a variety of resources to help members cope with social isolation, job loss and mental health issues.
Aunt Bertha Partnership:
Anthem has partnered with Aunt Bertha, a leading social care network, which helps connect individuals and families to free and reduced-cost social services in their communities. Members can access these resources by visiting anthem.com/coronavirus/, empireblue.com/coronavirus/, or anthem.com/ca/coronavirus/ or by downloading Sydney Care on their mobile devices, and entering their zip code.
Locate a COVID-19 testing facility: Anthem
Members can quickly locate a COVID-19 testing facility near them with our locator tool by downloading the Sydney Care mobile app.
If you are not feeling well or are showing signs of illness, we urge you to stay at home. If you are sick, do not come to work or enter the building. Consult your healthcare provider and contact your supervisor and/or Human Resources if you are out sick.
If you do feel well and come into work, please be vigilant about self-testing your temperature, frequent hand washing, social distancing, and keeping your work areas clean.
Given the expected progression of COVID-19, and the uncertain nature of the pandemic, we are working to support you if you become ill or have direct exposure.
No one should feel that they cannot take the time off needed to get tested or have to come to work sick. If you are ill or have direct exposure to someone with COVID-19, contact your healthcare provider immediately. Then, contact Human Resources (email@example.com) to explain your situation and see what options are available to you. You should contact your supervisor and Human Resources to understand the options for support that are available to you.
For day-to-day practices, we want to continue to recommend the techniques provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to help protect yourself from viruses:
To best implement the CDC's recommendations for our business, we continue to enforce and implement controls and processes. As the CDC gives new recommendations or circumstances change, we will adapt to make sure we are following their up to date guidelines for businesses. We have:
"Just wanted to say how amazing you and your team are—thank you and so many are so grateful to you.
The assisted living associations were basically crying from happiness about their deliveries."
- NYC Customer
On a personal note… You are our hero! Thank you for all of your hard work.
Greatly appreciate everythingyou are doing to help us. Take care!"
- Stony Brook University Medical Center