Dos and don’ts for spas and massage therapists | Asian Massage Mesa

Arizona spas, massage therapists can reopen May 13
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Ducey’s executive order advised spas and massage therapists to | Asian Massage Mesa

  • Consider operating by appointment only.
  • Provide masks to employees and require employees to wear them, when possible.
  • Provide gloves to employees and require employees to wear them when working on a customer’s face.
  • Consider adding  symptom screening for customers who will have their faces touched.
  • Provide employees and customers with access to soap and water or alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Require employees to wash their hands with soap and water immediately before and after each customer.
  • Encourage customers to wear masks, even when employees won’t need to touch their face.
  • Operate with reduced occupancy.
  • Discourage sharing of magazines, equipment and menus that the customers didn’t bring from home.
  • Disinfect surfaces and equipment such as pens between each customer.
  • Use single-use items when possible.
  • Don’t let customers touch equipment that’s difficult to clean.
  • Consider not charging a fee if someone cancels an appointment due to illness.
  • Screen employees for symptoms at the start of each shift.
  • Arrange waiting areas, service areas and break rooms to adhere to physical distancing guidelines.
  • Clean and disinfect shared furniture, equipment, gowns and towels between each use.

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