Megalux Photo Booth Covid-19 Notice

We at Megalux Photo Booth have been mindful of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and continue to monitor the situation closely. As the situation with COVID-19 evolves, you may be aware that several city, county or state entities have implemented or are in the process of implementing ‘shelter in place’ orders for all non-essential activity. You may have found out that most, if not all events are deemed non-essential activity. This is very real and we are taking this matter very seriously. The total cases in USA so far are: confirmed 0, deaths 0, recovered 0 .

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What we’re doing

We know that many of our clients may be facing cancelled events, rescheduling and postponing dates. This has to be very tough for you as we’re sure that many of these events have been a year or more in planning. Our heart goes out to everyone that has been affected someway, somehow. In addition to complying with any state mandated actions, we are making adjustments, hiring and training new attendants for upcoming busy season, and allowing extra time for you to find new dates, venues and times.

 

Booking Discount for Essential Workers

Although everything seems to be at a stand still, life will eventually return to normal and there has never been a better time to book a date for your event! Our fall is going to be extremely busy because the events in the spring were postponed and rescheduled to a fall date. Now is the time to reserve your date, before 2020 is completely booked up. With all of that said, we’d like to offer 15% off for our heroes, the Essential WorkersIf you work in a critical infrastructure industry, as defined by the Department of Homeland Security, such as health care services and pharmaceutical and food supply, you have a special responsibility to maintain your normal work schedule that cant work from home, but still have to work in the public risking their lives. We appreciate you!

List of Essential Workers below.


Rescheduling Events Because of Covid-19

Megalux standard policy allows for you to change your original booked date, to a new date with no penalty if its available! However, because of everything that is happening, If your date has to be moved because of Covid-19 we will beat our current policy by guaranteeing your new date, whether it is a popular date or not.

We can only honor this as long as we are notified at least 30 days prior to new date. This is just another one of the many ways Megalux will continue to give our clients superior service.

Postponing Events

If you are still having the event but are trying to find a date, let us know, and we will take it off the calendar and await news from you when you get.

Cancelling Events

If there is no option for you but to cancel we will adhere to our standard cancellation policy within your contract.

Contact Us

Should you have any questions, please contact us at 314-328-5892.  As a Megalux client, you also have access to 24/7 self-service portal to assist you. Manage Your Booking or Contact Us. Also view our Megalux Covid Updates for latest news and changes.

We will continue to monitor state mandates and the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and will prepare accordingly if these dates should be extended further. We thank you for being a valued client, and we are proud to serve you.

Missouri Coronavirus Info   CDC Coronavirus Info

 

Michael C Barber III

Owner

Megalux Photo Booth

Covid-19

Covid-19 Notice
  1. Health care and public health workersHospital and laboratory personnel, caregivers, mental health workers, doctors, nurses, researchers, pharmacists, dentists, social workers, technicians, as well as funeral home and cemetery workers.
  2. Law enforcement, public safety, and first respondersEmergency management personnel, including police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and emergency medical technicians. The list also includes 911 call center workers and those who oversee emergency service operations.
  3. Food and agriculture workersFood and agriculture workers include those who work in grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants (including delivery drivers), company cafeterias, animal agriculture workers, and the food and beverage industries. Farmers, food processing workers, warehouse workers, and food truck delivery drivers are also on the list.
  4. Energy employeesThis category includes utilities, telecommunications staffers, natural gas/propane workers, the electricity industry, engineers, cybersecurity/risk management staff, and environmental remediation.
  5. Water and wastewaterEmployees needed to operate and maintain drinking water and wastewater/drainage infrastructure.
  6. Transportation and logisticsThis includes mass transit workers, auto repair and maintenance workers, trash collectors, postal and shipping workers, air traffic controllers, air transportation employees, dispatchers, maintenance and repair technicians, warehouse workers, truck stop and rest area workers, and workers who maintain and inspect infrastructure.
  7. Public worksPublic works employees who operate, inspect and maintain dams, locks, levees, and bridges. This also includes workers who oversee sewer main breaks, traffic signals and buried/underground utilities.
  8. Communications and information technologyTechnicians, operators, call centers, wireline and wireless providers, cable service providers, satellite operations, and manufacturers and distributors of communications equipment. Workers who support radio, television, and media service, including news reporters, studio, and technicians for news gathering and reporting, are also included in this category, as well as data center operators, HVAC and electrical engineers, security personnel, IT managers, software and hardware engineers, and database administrators.
  9. Other community-based government operations and essential functions.Elections personnel, building employees, security staff, trade officials, weather forecasters, customs workers, and educators.
  10. Critical manufacturingWorkers necessary for the manufacturing of materials and products needed for medical supply chains, transportation, energy, communications, food and agriculture, chemical manufacturing, nuclear facilities, the operation of dams, water and wastewater treatment, emergency services, and the defense industrial base.
  11. Hazardous materialsWorkers at nuclear facilities, workers managing medical waste, workers managing waste from pharmaceuticals and medical material production, and workers at laboratories processing test kits.
  12. Financial servicesBank employees and other financial/lending institutions, as well as those needed to keep ATM services available to consumers.
  13. Chemical workersWorkers supporting the chemical and industrial gas supply chains, including workers at chemical manufacturing plants, workers in laboratories, workers at distribution facilities, workers who transport basic raw chemical materials to the producers of industrial and consumer goods, including hand sanitizers, food and food additives, pharmaceuticals, textiles, and paper products.
  14. Defense industrial baseWorkers who support the essential services required to meet national security commitments to the federal government and U.S. military. These individuals, include but are not limited to aerospace; mechanical and software engineers, manufacturing/production workers; IT support; security staff; security personnel; intelligence support, aircraft and weapon systems mechanics and maintainers.Personnel working for companies, and their subcontractors, who perform under contract to the Department of Defense providing materials and services to the Department of Defense, as well as government-owned/contractor-operated and government-owned/government-operated facilities.