Massage therapists divided on return to work rules [CBC NEWS]
Containing the coronavirus heavily depends on people keeping their distance. For massage therapists in the province, who rely on close contact with people, it means returning to work during the pandemic could be high-risk.
That’s why the College of Massage Therapists of Newfoundland and Labrador has released strict and mandatory requirements for massage therapists to follow upon reopening. The college issued guidelines last week, and then updated them Wednesday.
Their three-phase plan outlines the rules therapists must follow and the personal protective equipment (PPE) that both therapists and clients must wear. |READ MORE