Covid -19 update 19/07/2021
Monday 19 July brings to an end the legal restrictions relating to the pandemic. However, with the virus still living among us and infections continuing to rise, we still need to continue to act responsibly to protect our customers. We want to do all we can to prevent the risk of infection for ourselves and customers.
We’ve found that the way we’ve been operating over the past year has enabled us to keep everyone safe and reassure our customers that their safety is of the upmost importance. With this in mind, we will continue to operate in a cautious manner.
While England moves to step 4 of Covid-19 restrictions from 19 July, which removes the mandatory wearing of face-coverings and social distancing, in a close contact setting, there is still a higher risk of viral transmission.
Our priority is to keep you as safe as possible, so we have implemented a number of changes which we would like to make you aware of.
Following the recent government announcement regarding the changes that will come into effect from Monday 19th July '21, I will still continue to wear a face mask during treatments and will encourage customers to continue to wear a face covering, if they can.
We will continue to maintain a covid-safe standard of room hygiene, using disposable items, cleaning and disinfecting, sanitising process, air ventilation in the room, 30 minutes between each customer and continuing to operate on an appointment only system. This is to continue to safeguard the treatments conducted here, as some of our customers are classified as vulnerable under the government guidelines.
Our hand sanitisers will remain in place for you to cleanse your hands with as you enter the salon ( inside the front door and in the treatment room ). There is hot water and soap dispenser facility in the toilet and a disposable paper towel dispenser.
We’ll be reviewing all these additional measures on a regular basis, taking into consideration any further guidance, management observation and feedback from our customers.
Thank you for reading, and if you have any questions at all please do not hesitate to ask. (19/07/2021)