A Message from Patrick Timlin, CEO

To our respected clients and the wider SEAL community,

Everyone continues to feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Our generation still faces unparalleled uncertainty that has challenged our businesses, livelihood and healthcare systems.  Our sympathies are with those who have suffered great personal loss, through the passing of loved ones or financial hardship.  As the COVID-19 pandemic has progressed, I wish to take this opportunity to provide an update to our employees and clients.

SEAL remains vigilant to all advice distributed through the CDC, WHO and other international forums.  Our procedures continuously evolve ensuring maximum consideration for the safety of our employees and clients. The protection of our frontline staff is a continued priority; however, our operational commitments remain unchanged together with SEAL’s firm commitment to our clients. 

In recent times I am thankful for the depth and professionalism of the SEAL workforce.  Despite the constraints, we continue to expand as a business and have worked in partnership with our clients to enhance operations where required.  Our technology division, SEAL Integrated Systems (SIS), has led a campaign to provide the latest in thermal screening technology.  These multi-personnel fever screening devices have rapidly emerged as the ‘new normal’ as we and our clients move towards re-opening in a post COVID-19 world.

In offering further support, we continue to develop our resource page, providing the latest information from our SEAL Intelligence Analysts along with global health, scientific and data collection organizations.

If you are interested in hearing more about our COVID-19 technology countermeasures or our wider security services, SEAL is very much open for business.  Please do not hesitate to reach out to us; details for our regional offices can be found on our contacts page. If you are an existing client, our account managers and I remain here to support you and the needs of your business.  To you and your families, please stay safe.

Kind Regards,

Pat Timlin,

CEO SilverSEAL Corporation

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Global Covid-19 May25th

News, Updates, Links, and Resources

NY Forward Reopening Guide

In this PDF on New York’s Guide for reopening, you will find:

  • A message from Governor Cuomo
  • Actions Taken and Lessons Learned
  • New York’s Data-driven strategy guide to reopening safely
  • Effective Leadership
  • Individual Responsibility
  • Hospital Coordination efforts
  • Business Guidance

READ MORE: NY Forward: A Guide to Reopening New York and Building Back Better

The Risks - Know Them - Avoid Them

Statistical Data on where people cases, where people are getting sick, how the virus is transmitted throughout the environment, the role of asymptomatic people in spreading the virus, and the commonalities of exposure.

READ MORE: Erin Bromage

Cases of Coronavirus Disease in The U.S.

This page is updated daily. Numbers reported on Saturdays and Sundays are preliminary and not yet confirmed by state and territorial health departments. These numbers will be modified when numbers are updated on Mondays.

CDC does not know the exact number of COVID-19 illnesses, hospitalizations, and deaths for a variety of reasons. COVID-19 can cause mild illness, symptoms might not appear immediately, there are delays in reporting and testing, not everyone who is infected gets tested or seeks medical care, and there may be differences in how states and territories confirm numbers in their jurisdictions.

READ MORE: United States Coronavirus Case Updates

Johns Hopkins University - COVID-19 Map

An up-to-date, worldwide, interactive virus progression map provided by Johns Hopkins University. 

READ MORE: Johns Hopkins Global Covid-19 Map

United States CDC Coronavirus Resources

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s primary COVID-19 resource including symptom checker, informative updates and tracking.

READ MORE: CDC Coronavirus Resources

Symptoms of Coronavirus

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID-19 resource on symptoms.

READ MORE: CDC Coronavirus Symptoms

Protect Yourself and Others

The United States Center for Disease Control recommendations on protecting yourself and those around you. 

READ MORE: CDC Prevention Tips

The UK Department of Health and Social Care Updates

Updates provided by The Government of The United Kingdom.

READ MORE: Department of Health and Social Care

UK Guidance - Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can't do

FAQ provided by The UK Government.

READ MORE: UK Prevention Tips

The UK Government’s COVID-19 recovery strategy

The United Kingdom’s Roadmap and Strategy breakdown including a step-by-step process and supplementary programs.

READ MORE: Our Plan to Rebuild

Do you think you may have COVID-19? If you think you’re sick, follow guidance about when to call your doctor:

  • Monitor your symptoms
  • Call ahead before visiting your doctor
  • Avoid close contact with others when you’re out

Most people who get COVID-19 can take care of themselves at home. If you need to see a doctor, take precautions to protect yourself and others around you.