E&E Express.
05:00am 03/13/2020.

Hello this is James Dean Ellis, Owner Operator of E&E Express.
After much considerations of the latest National and the local Philadelphia Metro Area, and TriState
News Reports regarding the public health risks of the Coronavirus (COVID 19) outbreak. It is to great of a risk to all customers safety to continue passenger transportation services.Your safety is my #1 first priority and is paramount above all else. As per "The President of the United States of America"
President Trump Ends All Travel From Europe To The U.S. for the next 30 days. Also in observance to adherer to the suggested, recommended and requested of The Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Governor Wolf, and the Philadelphia City Mayor Kenney and the surrounding county's of Montgomery Co. The Division of Communicable Disease Control and Prevention to observe a voluntary work stoppage, a voluntary stay home, a voluntary self quarantine for the next 15-30 days.


Therefore after careful considerations and much regret, I have decided to temporarily suspend all E&E Express passenger transportation services for the next 15-30 days or until further notice.

Please See:
https://www.inquirer.com/health/coronavirus/


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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
Updated: March 14, 2020 — 10:34 AM
How many cases have there been?
There have been about 147,000 confirmed cases and 5,500 deaths globally, the vast majority in China. In the United States, there have been about 2,100 confirmed cases and 47 deaths.
Where is it in the U.S.?
Confirmed cases are escalating across the country, including presumed positives in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Nearly all of the reported deaths have been in Washington state.
What are the symptoms?
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What should you do if you have symptoms?
Patients should call their primary care doctors first. Most people with mild symptoms should probably stay home, but those with more serious ones will likely be seen by the doctor. Difficulty breathing, high fever and a deeper, productive cough can be signs of pneumonia and warrant medical attention.
Who is most at risk?
Older adults and those with chronic ailments have higher risks of death and health complications.
Is there a vaccine?
No, but efforts are underway to develop one, including at Philadelphia’s Wistar Institute.
How can I protect myself?
Use measures you'd take to prevent any airborne virus, like washing your hands often, avoiding crowds and close contact with other people, and disinfecting surfaces and objects. Face masks are not necessary — and might even be harmful — for the general public.
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LOCAL CORONAVIRUS CASES
As of Saturday afternoon, there are at least 44 cases of coronavirus in the region. Nearly half are in Montgomery County, which has a total of 20 cases. The map shows totals by municipality where available, and by county elsewhere. Select the icons on the map for more information.

SOURCES: Pa. Dept. of Health; N.J. Department of Health; Montgomery County
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Stocking up
Not sure how to properly stock your pantry? Focus on these basics: dried pastas, rices, beans, canned soups, tomato sauce, and such essential items as salt, pepper, and cooking oil, as well as protein like cans of tuna, vacuum-sealed meats and beans and lentils. Good produce bets: Squash and longlasting root vegetables. But beware: Some grocery stores in the region are restricting bulk buys.
Events canceled, museums closed
Philadelphia has banned gatherings of more than 1,000 people. Many events have been canceled or postponed, and many museums and attractions are closed. Here’s a complete list of what’s been canceled or closed because of the virus. We’re updating it as new information comes in.
Work disruptions
Many employers are expanding their sick leave policies or encouraging people to work remotely. If you work in Philadelphia, you are probably entitled to at least some paid sick leave. Philadelphia employers with 10 or more employees must provide paid sick days and businesses with fewer employees must offer unpaid sick days. The law doesn’t apply to contractors.
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Are your kids anxious about coronavirus? Experts say not to focus on fear, but to use this as an opportunity to talk to them about what they can do to stay safe, like how to wash their hands properly (which most people don’t do).
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E&E Express
Update
Saturday
3/14/2020

To whom it may concern.
Owner Operator of E&E Express LLC.
Phone: Voice&Text 610.310.0232
e-mail: [email protected]
ICC/MC # 585015 US. DOT # 1585893

E&E Express Is Currently Observing a (No Passenger Transportation Status) Until Further Notice of The Corona-Virus aka ( Covid-19 ) can be safely considered contained, controlled and or down-graded to a minimum threat status level equal to known Influenza and or rhino virus threat levels.

E&E Express Is Now Offering Services for a Vehicle Disinfectant Bio-Cleaning of Inside Vehicle Cargo Area (Before & After) Each Load Trip. So As To Offer Within Reasonable Terms and Conditions of a More Bio-Safety Personal Interactions Between Customers Persons at Shipper, Driver and Receiver locations

Expedited Courier Services Provider For Business to Business
and or
Business to Residential Home

For Parcels and Packages Less Than (50lbs) Each,
and Less Than (500lbs) Total Shipment.


Vehicle Intended to be used the 2019
Dodge Grand Caravan MiniVan
EST. MPG: 17 city / 25 highway
Fuel tank capacity: 20 gal
Dimensions: 203″ L x 79″ W x 68″ H
Cargo volume: 33 ft³, 143.8 ft³ with seat area
Curb weight: 4,321 to 4,483 lbs
Configurations SE. All Seats in 2nd and 3rd Row Fold Down Floor Sow n Go Positions Provides a Maximum Cargo Space of 140.3 cubic feet.

E&E Express is Now Available for Hire a as a Sub Contractor as a Expedited Courier Service For Hire; Offering Same Day Service with in a 333 Miles
(Turn Around Point)
Radius Area of Operations, for Same Day Service Round Trip with in a Maximum of 666 miles Per Day / Driving Shift, in accordance with Fed/State. Interstate Commercial (ICC) & Department of Transportation (DOT) of the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Agency (FMCSA) Driver Hours of Service Regulations, Rules and Laws.

Daily Maximum Driving Time of 11 Hours, and or 14 Hours On-Duty/Not Driving
Then a Mandatory Stop 10 Hours.

If Trip-Plan is more than 333 Miles Out Bound, Trip will be considered as a OTR Long Haul and will require a (Out of Home/Office/Base). En-Rout Lay-Over for a minimum of 10 hours Off-Duty at the closest available en-rout Hotel/Motel for Rest & Recovery

Fees & Rates
+ $1.00 Per Mile Driven
From Starting at E&E Express Home Office Base at Royersford, PA. 19468. To Customers pre designated address for item pick up/loading

+$1.00 Per Minute:
Detention/Waiting Times Starting at Time of Arrival At Customer. Check In, Pick Up / Drop Off Check Out at all Locations Until Driver Exits Location Address.

As Pre Designated/Pre Determined at time of Booking A Pre-Payment + $1.00 Per Mile As Per Google Map will be required via SQUARE.

Then a Post Billing of Detention/Waiting Times after Shipment/Trip Completed.

For More Detailed Information about Square Payment System Please See:

https://squareup.com/us/en/payments




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1206 Richard's Court Royersford, PA 19468
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