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Tali Ganir

Illness policy

Starting from October 9, 2023, it is no longer mandatory to wear masks during our visits.

When you schedule your appointment with me, you'll have the option to specify whether you'd like me to wear a mask. I will only go without a mask if you give your consent, but I may choose to wear one during our meeting.

 

The well-being of both your family and mine remains my top priority. 

I refrain from meeting clients in person if I have a fever, develop new symptoms like a cough or sore throat, or if I've been diagnosed with COVID-19 or Influenza (flu). I ask you to do the same if you or anyone in your household is sick. 

We may need to reschedule our in-person visit or opt for a virtual visit if:

- You have a fever exceeding 100.3 degrees

- Experience a sore throat, unexplained nasal congestion or a runny nose, cough, chills, unexplained body aches, shortness of breath, or a loss of smell or taste.

- You have tested positive for RSV, Influenza (flu) or COVID-19 within the past week or suspect that you or someone in your household may have it.

 

I will waive a cancellation fee if our visit needs to be canceled due to illness.

 

Although it seems like COVID-19 days are behind us, please be aware that in-person visits still carry a degree of risk since I cannot control all variables. Many viruses have an extended incubation period, and even asymptomatic individuals can transmit COVID-19 and other viruses.

Call or Text

If you or anybody in your household have any symptoms of illness the day before or the day of our scheduled appointment I will waive a cancellation fee in this case, please let me know as soon as possible. 

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