5/28/2021 0 Comments
Our Thought Process
The state of emergency for Massachusetts ends on June 15th and industry regulations will largely revert to pre-COVID policies. The primary exceptions to this include public transportation, inside of schools, and healthcare facilities. Massage technically falls into personal care services with hair and nail salons, not into healthcare. However, we focus on pain management with the intention of becoming a comprehensive wellness clinic. We see many clients that actively undergo chemotherapy treatments. To drop the mask policy entirely seems irresponsible.
Another factor that we have to consider is the season. Tourists come to the Cape from many areas, some with lower vaccination rates. To prevent a spike related to increase in travel, we plan to keep masks in place through the summer. We will reassess our policies in the fall, once tourism slows for the year.
Our goal is to make everyone feel safe and comfortable. We have brainstormed and come up with a compromise that we will outline below.
The following policies will remain in effect until September, at which time we will reassess whether or not these need to become permanent changes to how we operate.
We're Still Hiring!
We are actively seeking a full time licensed massage therapist and have ads posted on several different job sites as well as on our website. If you know someone looking for year round employment, please send them our way. As soon as we find a good candidate, we will happily introduce you to our new team member.
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