COVID-19 Information for the Safety of Our Guests in Dayton, OH

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Because of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak occurring in the greater Dayton area, Matt Castrucci Mazda has instituted several temporary measures to reduce the possibility of COVID-19 exposure for our workers and guests. This page details a list of precautions taken by our dealership in addition to featuring COVID-19 information for the safety of our guests in Dayton, OH.

Matt Castrucci Mazda is keeping in contact with federal and state agencies to ensure that the latest protocols and suggested strategies are being implemented. Staff members are required to practice good hygiene and frequently wash their hands. Hand sanitizing stations can be found throughout the dealership. Showroom offices and demo vehicles are being sanitized throughout the day.

While the cashier will still be available to receive payment for parts and service, the waiting room is closed to the public until further notice. Vehicles will only be accepted via drop offs at this time. The dealership is not currently offering transportation of any kind, including shuttles and loaner vehicles. All vehicles are being sanitized before they are returned to the customer.

Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in the Dayton, OH Community

There are many precautionary steps that members of our community can follow to protect themselves from exposure to COVID-19 and prevent its spread. Residents should keep a distance of six feet or more between themselves and others while out in public.

Touching of the face (especially nose, mouth and eyes) with unwashed hands should be avoided. Community members should regularly wash their hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially when preparing food or after coughing or sneezing.

Residents of Dayton, OH and its surrounding communities can learn more about COVID-19, its symptoms and preventative measures by visiting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.