COVID-19 Precautions

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We are back in the swim of things with a few additional safety precautions!

 

Hello fellow swimmers!

Saf-T-Swim has officially re-opened its doors for regular lessons! It has been a long, challenging road to get here but we are so excited to have our swim families, both new and old, back in the water! We want to say a special thank you to those that have shared their support throughout these trying times. Without your dedication we would not be where we are.

We want to remind you that Saf-T-Swim is dedicated to the safety of you and your families. We have worked hard to ensure we are providing a safe, clean facility for you and your precious swimmers. We are continuing to monitor CDC and local guidelines to ensure we are following all guidelines. Please be sure to review our current operations for the safety of all of our swim families …

As always, the safety of our swimmers, families and team is our highest priority. We have changed our safety protocols to follow the latest health and safety guidelines:

Wellness policy for team members and customers:

  • If you have been exposed to COVID-19, please abide by the CDC and New York States recommended 10-day quarantine​ unless you have been fully vaccinated
  • Parents please escort your swimmer(s) to their swim teacher​
  • Please use hand sanitizer at various stations in our facility
  • Masks will not be required for students during lessons
  • Masks are required for swim instructors, lifeguards, and other Saf-T-Swim staff
  • Vaccinated patrons are no longer required to wear a mask. We ask that anyone who is not vaccinated wear a mask when inside our building
  • Please wash your hands thoroughly ​
  • Antibacterial microbial germ treatment cleaning​
  • Disinfecting all touch-surfaces multiple times per day​
  • Toy area closed​ (and removal of toys from viewing areas)
Chlorine Clean Pools:​ At or above board of health standard chlorinated water, which will help to kill or reduce the spread or effectiveness of the virus.