ADVOCATE FOR MASSAGE THERAPY AS A RECOGNIZED & RESPECTED HEALTHCARE PROFESSION
As Washington State reopens, there are a lot changes that have happened. However, for healthcare providers, there has been no change for us regarding masking and social distancing. Masking for healthcare providers is still required in our treatment rooms or clinics as is social distancing. When the new requirements came out earlier in June in preparation for the June 30th reopening, we started to work with the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) to get clarity. Please click on the following link for a one page summary of what the masking and social distancing requirements are and how this applies to massage therapists. Should you still have questions, at the bottom of the document is the contact information for the L&I contact person to follow up with.
06/30/21 State Masking/Social Distancing Requirements for LMTs
For a sign that can be posted in your massage room or clinic, please click on the following link:
Sign -- Face Masks Still Required
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Advocate for Massage Therapy as a Recognized & Respected Healthcare Profession