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Masks are worn by both the provider and patron for the following reason:
The following practice is important to increase adherence to social distancing guidelines:
Proper hand washing is critical to reducing the spread of many types of pathogens, including COVID-19. Proper hand washing technique requires you to wash vigorously for 20 seconds.
Handshaking increases the risk of transmission of COVID-19. This type of transmission is called:
If you know you have been exposed, how long should you wait before returning to work?
If you were to assume that all people who enter your establishment are COVID-19 positive, you are practicing standard social distancing guidelines.
If a patron comes in for a service and shares that they have had a cough and a dry sore throat and says, “I have not been tested for COVID, but I’m sure they are just allergies.” What should you do?
What percentage of COVID-19 positive people have had minimal to no symptoms?
You have set special hours for your “at risk” patrons. Who should be encouraged to set appointments during those hours?
When greeting clients, you should always do the following:
One of your team members and/or clients tests positive for COVID-19. It is pivotal that you have:
The correct way to wear a mask is:
The best way to mitigate risk if you have to go to work and social distancing is not always an option is to wear a mask.