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Hello from Belloise Realty,

We know that there are a lot of concerns right now regarding the coronavirus epidemic and planned vacations. We want you all to know that our offices are closed while we practice social distancing but this does not affect our ability to do business by phone and representatives are taking calls from 9am – 5pm E. We are closely monitoring COVID-19 and we want everyone to know that during this time while we are undergoing this pandemic, we understand your concerns and we want to be here to assist you. At this time, we are currently assisting guests who are scheduled to arrive to Clearwater Beach during the month of April to the end of May.

If you booked through Airbnb visit:

https://www.airbnb.com/help/article/2701/extenuating-circumstances-policy-and-the-coronavirus-covid19

If you booked through VRBO or HomeAway visit:

https://help.homeaway.com/articles/What-can-I-do-if-my-reservation-is-affected-by-the-Coronavirus

If you booked directly through Belloise Realty, reach out to your booking agent, or simply call our office number at (727)449-2700 so we can further assist you and help you during this time.

Regarding our policy, please refer to your Rental Agreement listed on your reservation. Our offices are currently closed but we are still accepting calls and accepting rent payments. If you need to pay your monthly rent, please place your payment in an envelope and place payment through our office door slot. Make sure to write your name, address and phone number on the envelope so we can make sure we know who the payment is from and that it is processed correctly. We understand that this pandemic has affected your vacation plans and we want you to know that we are here to help. For questions or concerns, give us a call at (727)449-2700.

Best,
Belloise Realty

To prevent the spread of COVID-19 during this pandemic, it’s best to practice social distancing. With movie theaters, shopping centers and night clubs/bars closed, this gives us more reason to stay at home and stay in proximity to our family.

Besides washing hands and practicing social distancing, there are other ways to help during this unusual time such as: supporting local businesses, donating to food banks, checking on your neighbors, and avoid overbuying items.

Local businesses during this time are working hard to provide the necessities people may need. Whether they are supplying food, cleaning supplies, toilet paper and more, they are staying open to make sure you’re well taken care of. For businesses that are currently closed, the best way to support them is to buy gift cards to use for a later time. This will help them get through during this challenging time.

Donating to food banks in your community is also something you can do to help families in need. Meat, canned goods, fruit, dairy products, and vegetables are a few things that can be donated. With only a limited supply from grocery stores and local businesses, donating can help make a difference and provide a meal on someone else’s dinner table. Before you make donations, make sure to call ahead to see if they’re open.

Making a call to check on your neighbors and friends about how they’re doing can also be a great help. If they are low on supplies and you have extra to provide them with, it can help them not make the extra drive to the nearest store. If your friend or neighbor has a low immune system and are at greater risk, pick them up some supplies on your way to the store. Be a great neighbor and make a difference in someone else’s life.

The last thing you can do to help during this pandemic is to avoid overbuying. With limited supplies in stores and sold out items online, it’s hard to find any supplies people need. Many sold out items such as toilet paper, disinfectant wipes, water and other products can be hard to find. Buying 10 packs of water or toilet paper will not benefit you or anyone with that much supply. Limit your purchases and think about the rest of the community who also need those supplies for themselves.

For more information about COVID-19, visit www.myclearwater.com for further updates in the Clearwater area.

As always, be safe and make sure to wash your hands regularly.

With COVID-19 in tact, the City of Clearwater is working very hard to maintain our safety and provide us with necessary city services.

As of March 17th, 2020, the following are as follows:

Cancellations:

City Meeting Cancellations:

Clearwater Beach:

Restaurants, Bars & Nightclubs:

Libraries & Recreation Centers:

For more information, please visit www.myclearwater.com for updates on COVID-19