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Mask Update / Actualizar de máscaras

We are excited to announce beginning September 1, 2022

Masks will be OPTIONAL for our patients, visitors, and staff while at both of our locations.

Masks are NOT OPTIONAL if you have any of the following symptoms:

FEVER, CHILLS, COUGH, TROUBLE BREATHING, FATIGUE, ACHES, HEADACHE, LOSS OF TASTE OR SMELL, SORE THROAT, CONGESTION, RUNNY NOSE, NAUSEA, VOMITING OR DIARRHEA

 You will need to:

1. Wear a MASK!

2. Keep it over your nose AND mouth

3. Wear it until you leave the building!

Thank you for helping us keep our patients and staff healthy!!

Nos complace anunciar a partir del 1 de septiembre de 2022

Las máscaras serán OPCIONALES para nuestros pacientes, visitantes y personal mientras estén en nuestras dos ubicaciones.

Las máscaras NO SON OPCIONALES si tiene alguno de los siguientes síntomas:

FIEBRE, ESCALOFRÍOS, TOS, DIFICULTAD PARA RESPIRAR, FATIGA, DOLORES, DOLOR DE CABEZA, PÉRDIDA DEL GUSTO O DEL OLFATO, DOLOR DE GARGANTA, CONGESTIÓN, SECRECIÓN NASAL, NÁUSEAS, VÓMITOS O DIARREA

Usted necesitará:

1. ¡Usa una MÁSCARA!

2. ¡Manténgalo sobre su nariz Y boca!

3. ¡Úsalo hasta que salgas del edificio!

¡Gracias por ayudarnos a mantener saludables a nuestros pacientes y personal!

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