Northwood Office COVID-19 Policies
Your safety is our top priority
Updated March 15, 2022
ATLANTA, GA | 715 PEACHTREE, ARMOUR YARDS
- In accordance with the City of Atlanta Executive Order, all individuals must wear face coverings in an indoor public place, including businesses, establishments or public places within the City of Atlanta, regardless of their vaccination status.
BOSTON, MA | 230 CONGRESS, TOWER POINT
- Effective February 18, 2022; The City of Boston’s indoor masking mandate has been lifted. Public transportation, health care settings, and congregant care settings are still subject to state and federal mask orders. The City’s proof of vaccination policy has been lifted. You can check the B Together website for the latest updates on the policy. The City of Boston has aligned with the state’s reopening plan. All remaining COVID-19 restrictions for businesses have been lifted. Visit the MBTA’s website for the latest public transit service updates.
CHARLOTTE, NC | BALLANTYNE, METROPOLITAN, PROVIDENCE PARK
- In accordance with COVID-19 2.0 Public Health Rule for Indoor Face Coverings, indoor face coverings are no longer required effective February 26, 2022.
- Face coverings are no longer required in public spaces, but you may wear one if you prefer. Tenant guidelines apply in their areas. Individuals in high-risk groups, individuals who are completing isolation or were recently exposed, and those at risk of infection should continue to wear face coverings in public indoor settings.
DURHAM, NC | 555 MANGUM
- In accordance with Durham County State of Emergency, all individuals must wear face coverings when indoors in all businesses, establishments or public places within the Durham County and the City of Durham, regardless of vaccination status.
- This State of Emergency will be in effect until rescinded or modified.