A number of extra measures were taken by the cabinet yesterday to prevent the Corona Virus from being contaminated. People who suffer from a cold, coughing, sore throat or fever are advised to stay at home and avoid social contacts until they have recovered. Major events are canceled and Museums, Theaters and sports clubs will close in the coming weeks. In our salons, the precautions have also been adjusted for your and our safety. Read the precautions we use below.
UPDATED PRECAUTIONS IN OUR SALONS
1. Less staff, more spaces
A maximum of 3 hairdressers are working at the same time per salon. This way we prevent customers and staff from being too close together.
2.Scheduled appointments can be adjusted
If appointments are scheduled too close together, we will call the concerned client to reschedule them in consultation.
3. Stay home if you have any symptomes
Employees with any symptoms ( ever, cough, shortness of breath and a sore throat) do not work. Do you suffer from any symptoms? Ee would like to ask you to reschedule your appointment until you have recovered.
4.Visit without extra people or pets
Are you visting our salon for an appointment? Then we request you to come without friends, family or pets.
5. We disinfect
We make sure to wash our hands with disinfectant gel after every customer.
6. We limit body contact
We are used to give our customers a warm welcome and goodbye. It is understandable that we will not do this for the time being. We also try to work with gloves as much as possible
7. We are aware
We avoid contact of our hands with eyes and mouth.
8. We take care of ourselves
We ensure that there is enough Vitamin and Echinaforce.
*The above measures are effective immediately
and remain at least until April 1th
What to do if you are sick?
In our salons we disinfect both the hands of our employees and those of our customers.
Do you have questions? Ask these questions in our salon or by phone.
1077 TC Amsterdam
020 67 97 974
1013 JJ Amsterdam
020 73 71 211
How does the infection work?
According to the RIVM, the corona virus spreads through small droplets that are released during coughing and sneezing. These droplets do not float in the air, but fall quickly. There is a risk of infection if other people inhale droplets or, for example, get into the mouth, nose or eyes through the hands. The sicker someone is, the more virus he or she can spread. There is no evidence yet that the virus can stay in the air for a long time. The virus dies quickly outside the body.