This is a constantly moving target and may continue to change, but for now we are operating under the belief we may open on May 29th…
Current talking points, heads up this is a long email please read everything.
• Masks will be required and I will be providing them. The Phase One reopening guidelines state “Provide face coverings for clients or ask that clients bring a face covering with them that they must wear during the service. Limit services to only those that can be completed without clients removing their face covering.” — When you arrive at the studio space you will wash your hands and put on a tri-ply mask I will be providing, once it is properly positioned it will be taped in place (using KT tape) so the ear loops can be cut off, once this mask is in place IT CANNOT BE REMOVED DURING SERVICES. Plan ahead and bring Nicorette or regular chewing gum.
• for more information on Governor Northam’s Executive Order 62 visit here (https://www.governor.virginia.gov/newsroom/all-releases/2020/may/headline-856741-en.html) .
• If you have not already made your upcoming appointment with The Glass Menagerie please visit here (https://square.site/book/4S6WA60WEH9WH/the-glass-menagerie-alexandria-va) to be taken to the online booking system and price list.
At the new studio space you will be required to wait outside in your car while notifying me of your arrival, please text (703)945-9289. Once I have everything disinfected and ready I will text you to come up to the space. You will be required to buzz in on the call box so I can let you in. We will then go to my studio and we will both wash our hands before we get your mask on prior to starting services. Example photo shown below.
Refusal to wear a mask will result in no services rendered and a NO SHOW fee of 50% of the scheduled services.
If you’re looking for more ways to protect yourself and your loved ones, check out the CDC (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html) website.
Thank you so much for sticking with us. We look forward to supporting each other during these challenging times.