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covid-19 coronavirus update for photography clients and potential clients

Hey everyone!

I recently posted an article about wedding planning in uncertain times. I meant for it to address both the current situation as well as other uncertainties couples can face throughout the wedding planning process.

Now, I believe it is time to take a moment to discuss COVID-19, or the coronavirus as it is commonly being referred to, and how Casey Fatchett Photography will be moving forward. 

By now, I’m sure you’ve heard about the coronavirus and its impact worldwide. While at the very least this is distressing, I wanted to assure you that my business and I are prepared.

I will stay updated on the latest information from the Center for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, as well as local authorities.

I will be taking the appropriate measures to protect my clients, my team, and my community. That includes avoiding travel to outbreak hot spots, meeting clients/vendors/employees online instead of in person, and swapping hugs/handshakes for a friendly wave or ‘air five’. 

Additionally, I’m making sure that all of my clients know what to expect from me as per our contract.

I recommend that all my clients (and anyone else) who has a wedding or event booked in the next 6 months purchase event liability and cancellation insurance. 

Wedding liability insurance helps protect yourself against financial loss that could result from a wedding mishap or vendor incident.

Wedding cancellation insurance provides reimbursement for your financial losse​s or expenses if you’re forced to postpone or cancel your wedding

You can check out wedsafe.com for more details on both types of insurance.

I know how stressful wedding planning can be, and this situation certainly doesn’t help!

In order to be proactive as I can be, please reach out to me if you have concerns about your wedding happening as planned and contracted.

With travel bans in place and many cities and states actively placing government and businesses on quarantine, I’m extremely sensitive to how this will effect your upcoming wedding. 

The situation is fluid and rapidly evolving, but I will continue to monitor it, doing my best to keep both you and my team safe, and am happy to discuss your concerns.

All the best,

Casey Fatchett

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