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🧫 #Coronavirus Positive 💇🏽♀️#Beautician Spreads #COVID-19 to 40 Beauty Salon Clients
Coronavirus scare at Gold Coast beauty salon after beautician tests positive following trip to Iran
40 people who went to a Gold Coast salon and were treated by a beautician who has been diagnosed with coronavirus are being tracked down by the health departments.
She began to feel sick after returning to work in the Shopping center.
The Australian state’s chief health officer, Jeannette Young, said the woman did facial treatments on up to 40 clients, in sessions lasting less than 15 minutes.
Outbreak Workplace Measures.
Only 130 Beijing barbershops were allowed to open by Monday, February 30, 2019, only a tiny fraction of the more than 20,000 that usually operate across the city.
That’s .0065 percent four of the JF Pro Salon’s eight Beijing beauty businesses in the city.
Customers must maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters (5ft) between chairs.
You will have to make personal calls to EVERY customer who made reservations on the day of their appointment.
📳Ask if they have a cough or a fever, symptoms of pneumonia caused by the virus that causes 🦠Covid-19?
“Now we try to wash hair faster and cancel unnecessary services so as to cut down on the time with customers,” said Fu Jun, founder of JF Pro Salon.
“We keep the door open every day. Once the customers who made reservations arrive, we will 🧼disinfect their hands and 🚿shoe soles. These are the measures we take to ensure safety.”
40 percent of your employees/booth renters could work others should self-quarantine if they have a weakened immune system.
Sephora Cancels All Beauty Services And Makeovers
Nonpharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) are public health actions that can slow the spread of emerging respiratory diseases like COVID-19 for which vaccines and drug treatments are not yet available.1 They include personal protective measures implemented by individuals and community measures implemented by affected communities.1 NPIs are used to build community preparedness in communities without known COVID-19 disease and to support outbreak responses in communities where local cases or clusters of diseases have occurred.
Personal Protective Measures. During an outbreak in your community, CDC recommends the everyday preventive measures listed above—especially 🤧staying home when sick—and taking these additional measures:
Keeping away from others who are sick.
Limiting face-to-face contact with others as much as possible
👩⚕️Consulting with your healthcare provider if you or your household members are at high risk for COVID-19 complications
😷Wearing a facemask if advised to do so by your healthcare provider or by a public health official
Staying home when a household member is sick with respiratory disease symptoms if instructed to do so by public health officials or a health care provider (Voluntary Home Quarantine)
Community Measures. If COVID-19 disease is occurring in your community, state and local public health authorities may decide to implement:
Temporary closures or dismissals of childcare facilities and schools
Other social distancing measures that increase the physical space between people, including:
Workplace social distancing measures, such as replacing in-person meetings with teleworking
Modifying, postponing, or canceling mass gatherings.
Decisions about the implementation of community measures will be made by local and state officials, in consultation with federal officials as appropriate, and based on the scope of the outbreak and the severity of illness. Implementation will require extensive community engagement and ongoing and transparent public health communications.
ALERT: Protect your Client$ from #Coronavirus in the 💇#BeautySalon, #Barbershop, and #HairBraidingSchools
I am inclined to believe that many state boards’ cosmetology agencies HAVE not addressed an 🛑ALERT for the coronavirus.
Call your clients up to 3 hours before the appointment.
Ask if they have any of the symptoms listed below.
While shampooing maintain the distance from your client. (if possible wear a mask)
Deep clean your station and tools after each client.
Keep a log of clients and your cleaning schedule before and after (just in case you have an exposure)
As an OWNER exposure medication for COVID-19 cost from $3,000- $10,000 and self-quarantining of the employees.
I have found this information in CA. cosmetology website.
The following information is from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH)
What is coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)?
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The virus that causes COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that was first identified during an investigation into an outbreak in Wuhan, China.
What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
Patients with COVID-19 have had mild to severe respiratory illness with symptoms of:
shortness of breath
How Can People Protect Themselves?
People can help protect themselves from respiratory illness with everyday preventive actions.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
What to Do if You Think You’re Sick:
Call ahead: If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and may have had contact with a person with COVID-19 or recently traveled to countries with apparent community spread, call your health care provider or local public health department first before seeking medical care so that appropriate precautions can be taken.
$HORTAGE: #Coronavirus😷 causes #Weaves, #Wigs, and #NailSalons 😠OUTRAGE!
Nail Salon OUTRAGE!
In Omaha, a beauty salon a Facebook post on racist practices dealing with the Asian community and the Coronavirus was posted.
💆Lash Goddess on 115th and Blondo is a black woman-owned spa that offers lash and spa services. The owner Mia Will shared a Facebook post showing a white woman giving a client a pedicure.
The post says in part, “Worried about Coronavirus?….let us do your pedicures! According to the state of Nebraska inspector, our 💇spa is VERY clean!”
Julia Gehringer who is Chinese saw it as an insult to all people from 🇨🇳China. The spa owner apologized but Julia said it was not good enough.
This is what she replied “ [It’s] the kind of apology that says ‘I’m sorry if you were offended’, which is a non-apology. It’s another thing to say I’m sorry you were offended versus I’m sorry I was offensive,”.
“Since the coronavirus can be transmitted through💉🤧🤮 bodily fluids like saliva or mucus, people living in close quarters can easily pass the 🦠🧫virus to one another. Residents at Life Care share a 🥣dining room, 💈barbershop and 💇🏼♀️beauty salon, 📚library, and putting green, according to the center’s website.”