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Rabbi Spiegel Addresses Coronavirus

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(Cancun, Mexico) March 26, 2020

Cancun, Mexico wedding officiant, Rabbi Spiegel has been closely following the situation surrounding COVID-19. As updates from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are regularly released, Rabbi Spiegel takes the advice given in order to keep everyone safe, because improvement starts with individuals listening to the word of professionals.

As self-isolation and social distancing are two of the main parts of keeping safe, this could mean that couples may have to postpone their wedding day. After so much planning, that thought is a heartbreaking one, but it is the best way to keep everyone healthy. Avoiding large gathering and travel is crucial, especially for elders and immune-compromised people, so Rabbi Spiegel urges you stay home in order to heal faster and finally share your special day with your friends and family when everything has calmed down.

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Rabbi Spiegel has compiled a list of advice given from WHO about the easy things everyone can do in order to keep everyone safer. These practices are the most manageable way to keep everyone safe, happy, and to stop the spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus. It is urged that everyone wash their hands frequently, practice social distancing, avoid touching their face, practice proper respiratory hygiene, and seek medical attention if they have a cough, fever, and difficult breathing.

Through following this advice, there will hopefully be a steady decrease in cases. Rabbi Spiegel urges everyone to practice these tips in order to stay safe, and healthy, but also not to lose hope. By working together, this will all be over soon.

Tempest Reporting Response to COVID-19

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(Salt Lake City, Utah) March 24, 2020

The health and safety of Tempest Reporting’s clients and employees is of the utmost importance to the executives at this Salt Lake City court reporting firm. In order to keep everyone as safe as possible, the firm follows the updates on COVID-19, or the coronavirus, given by the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and incorporates them into their practices.

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People and businesses are choosing to work from home in order to protect themselves, and others from possible contamination of the virus. For busy attorneys, this causes major stalling in their cases, as legal teams can no longer meet to discuss legal proceedings. This is especially difficult for legal professionals who might have had to fly or drive great distances to be a part of a team.

Tempest Reporting is proud to offer a solution to this problem. So everyone can practice social distancing and stay at home, Tempest Reporting is proud to offer remote deposition services. This allows attorneys to proceed with their case case to proceed in spite of the uncertainty  and distance that comes with the virus.

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These skilled court reporters are pleased to provide clients a clear and accurate transcript remotely. When clients work with Tempest Reporting, they will utilize the most up-to-date technology so the audio and visuals will be crisp every single time.

For more information on Tempest Reporting and their remote deposition services, call (801) 521-2222, email info@reporting.com, or fill out this contact form today.

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