OneWorld Memorials and the COVID-19 virus
OneWorld Memorials has taken the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus very seriously and has implemented steps to protect our employees and continue to serve our customers with the same outstanding level of care that is expected of us. Additionally, we will continue to offer low prices and maintain our generous discounts where possible.
Will OneWorld Memorials continue to ship orders?
Our fulfillment operations are running normally, and our plans are to continue that way. We will take all steps necessary to make sure deliveries happen on time for all orders including those that require expediting. If circumstances around the virus progress to a point where there are major operational disruptions, your order may be delayed. If that is the case, you will be called or notified by email with an update. A banner in the header of our website and revisions to this page will announce any companywide interruptions to service.
Will my order be delayed due to inventory disruption?
When we are out of stock of any item it will say so on the website and you will be unable to make a purchase. Currently we are not experiencing shortages.
How will OneWorld proceed as the pandemic progresses?
Our warehouse and shipping area are large and there is generous space between the staff. Our fulfillment process is efficient enough for just a few people to handle, so there is no crowding and the warehouse has excellent ventilation. It is our policy that if anyone gets infected or sick that they are required to take paid leave.
Since the spread of the virus is happening at an alarming rate, we are not able to predict the restrictions that state or federal government may put in place during the coming weeks, so we are monitoring the situation closely as it develops. We hope you and your family stay safe and follow the CDC Guidelines and those of the World Health Organization.
To stay on top of the progress with the virus worldwide and in the USA, here are several sites with up to the moment stats and updates that may help you:
Live Coronavirus info including breakdown by state: https://ncov2019.live/
CDC Coronavirus info and updates: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/cases-updates/summary.html