COVID-19 Requirements

As we have vulnerable immuno-compromised people in our home based clinic we ask that you follow these requirements

If you have, or someone you've been in close contact with has experienced any of the following..
✅ Fever , Cough ,Sore throat, Shortness of breath

✅travelled overseas or interstate in the past 2 weeks, or if you have
been in contact with anyone who has, we kindly ask you to reschedule your appointment.
All our clients are required to wear a protective face mask, sanitise hands on entry and exiting the clinic

Face Masks are required

People in personal care services must wear a mask at all times.

 

This includes people providing and receiving services.

Personal care services include:

  • hairdressers, barbershops and other premises at which hairdressing and barber services are provided; or

  • beauty salons, nail salons and tattoo parlours and other premises at which beauty therapy and tanning, waxing, piercing or body modification services are provided; or

  • wellness centres, day spas and massage parlours; or

  • saunas and bathhouses (including thermal or spa bathing)

taken from www.sahealth.sa.gov.au

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Hand Sanitising

Hand Hygiene

Washing hands with soap and water is the best way to reduce the number of microorganisms (germs) on hands and should always be encouraged over the use of alcohol based hand sanitisers in a non-healthcare setting.

When soap and water are not readily available, alcohol based hand sanitisers or rubs are acceptable but only if the hands are not visibly soiled.

The effectiveness of alcohol-based hand sanitisers is reduced when used on hands that are visibly soiled or dirty.

Visible contamination and dirt should be removed before using hand sanitisers and can be achieved by using a hand wipe.