Here’s A Map Of Our Hand-Sanitizing Stations In Lower Manhattan

06/16/2020 in
Here’s A Map Of Our Hand-Sanitizing Stations In Lower Manhattan

Our latest effort in supporting the neighborhood’s COVID-19 era reopening is threefold: last weekend, the Downtown Alliance added social-distance signage along 40 sidewalk segments and installed hand-sanitizing stations to keep everyone safe (see the following map for details). We’ve also teamed up with Fosun Plaza (28 Liberty Street) and the city of New York to distribute 100,000 masks to local businesses in our district.

Mask requests will be fielded on a first-come, first-served basis in batches of 90. If a business would like to request a delivery of masks, please contact the Alliance’s Director of Storefront Engagement Heather Ducharme at [email protected]

 

Tags: covid-19, hand sanitizing stations, masks

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