It’s the first day of a new month, and the first day of DENSO’s 2020 fiscal year. Please take a moment to reflect on the ups and downs of FY19, and all that we accomplished together. And more importantly, please take a moment to thank our essential workers—at DENSO, as well as healthcare facilities, grocery stores, gas stations and restaurants—for what they are doing to keep us safe and moving forward despite the uncertainty. We are all in this together.
OPERATIONS & PAY ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON
As we communicated earlier this week, we will communicate DMMI’s approach to operations and pay before end of day on Thursday, April 2. Please continue to watch broadcast email and DENSO Mobile for updates.
NO CASES AT DENSO IN BATTLE CREEK
As of Wednesday, April 1, there are no confirmed COVID-19 cases at DENSO facilities in Battle Creek. DENSO is committed to transparency while protecting the privacy of personal health information. Our Medical Department continues to follow up on any reports of exposure risk to ensure we are doing what we can to understand this fast-changing situation.
DENSO Family Health Center is Open for Business
Although DMMI is only running essential operations, the DENSO Family Health Center (DFHC) is open during its regular hours to provide primary care, physical therapy and pharmacy services. Please call first, as walk-ins are not preferred at this time. The Pharmacy has not been able to restock most cold and flu medications, but prescriptions and other items remain available at great prices. DFHC hours remain: Monday and Thursday. 9am to 5:30pm, Tuesday and Friday. 7am-4:30pm, Wednesday 7am-1pm. Both the Health Center and Pharmacy are closed daily except Wednesday from 12:30pm to 1pm.
FAQ: Can I turn down essential work and apply for unemployment?
If DENSO has work available, turning it down would disqualify you for unemployment benefits.