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Covid-19 Re-opening.

We are open for clients in the office as of July 1st.
For now, due to Covid-19, our drop-in clinic is still suspended.
Our office will have a slightly new look- clients are requested to go to the toilets and wash their hands upon entry, and then upon entering to visit our ‘sanitisation station’ where they can use hand sanitiser and collect a mask. It is mandatory to wear a mask in our office.
There is still a play area for children with a reduced amount of (cleanable) things in it, although unless strictly necessary we would not advise bringing your children due to infection risk.
We are only allowing a maximum of one person to accompany each client at the present time.
We are doing our best to make sure that everyone is safe at our appointments, and will thoroughly clean between each client.
Thank you for your cooperation, we are looking forward to seeing you soon!
We are, as ever, available by email still.

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