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COVID-19 important information and updates.

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Updated MAY 30 -2021

To Our Valued Clients and Guests,

We promise to take the best care of you at all times, 

We are here to provide the best experience for you while maintaining all health and safety measures. 
Together we continue to do our part as a team to ensure the safety of everyone in the community.

Adrian Hammoud and the Butterfly team.

 

COVID-19 update 

Butterfly Salon And Spa

a province wide shutdown is in effect as of Thursday, April 8, at 12:01 a.m.

We are currently closed for the lockdown and expected to re-open JULY 5th ??? .

Our salon and spa will be open for regular business hours with some restrictions due to with COVID-19, screening and protocols in effect, If you place an order online and wish to pick up we will be available to do so, Please contact us via E-mail Info@salonbutterfly.com  or call us ahead 519-822-3800

Please stay safe and be well!

We would like to take a moment to remind you that we have been diligently maintaining a clean and sterile environment as well as a warm and welcoming one.

With your help, our system has been working flawlessly so far and we would like to thank everyone again for complying with our “New Normal”.

All appointments have had at least 15 minutes of extra time added on to allow us to have time to thoroughly clean and disinfect, and our work stations have been spaced 8ft apart to allow proper social distance protocols.

We are asking clients to arrive at their exact time slot to allow a buffer between clients that are arriving or leaving there current appointment.

We are also asking clients to only bring personal belongings with them that are absolutely necessary.

When you arrive for your appointment one of our staff will be at the door to greet you and bring you in for your service. 

Please wear a mask before entering and sanitize your hands immediately upon arriving as well as leaving the salon.

Finally we ask that if you have any symptoms, come in contact with someone who has symptoms or is being tested for COVID-19, call and rebook your appointment 

*We have created a shopping page on our website http://www.salonbutterfly.com/shop for you to enjoy prepayment and shopping with curb side pick up to make it easier to process these types of transactions without coming into the salon to reduce the amount of contact.

*During these hard times we can confidentiality say we will ensure your safety and comfort are our priority, please feel free to reach out to us directly at 519-822-3800 with any concerns or accommodations.  

Ontario Maintains COVID-19 Restrictions as Stay-at-Home Order is Set to Expire

Hello,

The Province has released their reopening plan, Roadmap to Reopen, which we encourage you to visit and review. Until Ontario moves into Step 1 of the reopening plan, the entire province remains under Shutdown – please see News Release below for additional details.

For Shutdown Rules currently in effect:

The Ontario government expects to enter Step 1 of the Roadmap to Reopen sometime during the week of June 14, 2021. The province will confirm timelines for entering Step 1 closer to the expected start of Step 1. At this time, the Regulations applicable to Step 1 have not been made available by the Province.

For the most up to date information:

Provincial Resources:

WDGPH Resources:

If you are inspected by public health, and have additional questions please contact a public health inspector at:

For business questions relating to COVID-19 in general, including face coverings, business or workplace concerns, social distancing questions or non-emergency reporting, please call the Public Health COVID-19 Call Centre for non-health related questions at:

  • 519-822-2715 ext. 4020

For information on COVID-19 testing or questions about a person with symptoms, please call the Public Health COVID-19 Call Centre for health-related questions at:

  • 519-822-2715 ext. 7006

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NEWS RELEASE

Ontario Maintains COVID-19 Restrictions as Stay-at-Home Order is Set to Expire

Measures address ongoing risks as province prepares to safely and cautiously reopen

June 01, 2021
Ministry of the Solicitor General

 
   
 

TORONTO — As was previously announced, Ontario’s Stay-at-Home order will expire on June 2, 2021. When it does, all other public health and workplace measures will remain in place provincewide until Ontario enters Step One of the Roadmap to Reopen, at which point some restrictions will ease with an initial focus on outdoor settings.

“We’ve seen great progress in our fight against COVID-19 in recent weeks, but now is not the time to let our guard down,” said Solicitor General Sylvia Jones. “With the Stay-At-Home order set to expire, we need to provide people with certainty so that they can continue to follow public health guidance. Doing so will help us to meet our goal of starting to gradually lift some restrictions when we enter Step One of the Roadmap when it is safe to do so.”

On April 7, 2021, in response to the rapid increase in COVID-19 transmission driven by new, more contagious variants, the Ontario government declared a provincial emergency and issued a Stay-at-Home order as well as enhanced public health measures. In a concentrated effort to reduce mobility and opportunities for transmission, the Stay-At-Home order required Ontarians to remain at home except for the purposes set out in the order, such as exercise, going to the grocery store or pharmacy, or accessing health care services. Once the Stay-at-Home order expires on June 2, these restrictions will no longer be in effect.

However, all other existing measures will remain in place provincewide, including restrictions on gatherings, businesses, services and activities. This includes limiting indoor gatherings to households only and outdoor gatherings to up to five people, subject to limited exceptions, maintaining a cap of 25 per cent capacity for essential retail where only certain goods are permitted to be sold, restricting non-essential retail to curbside pickup and delivery only, as well as limiting short-term rentals to individuals in need of housing and allowing Ontario Parks and campgrounds on public lands to be used for day-use only, subject to limited exceptions.

Ontarians will be able to leave home to travel within the province to a secondary residence for any reason, however, they are not be permitted to host members of another household indoors except for a person from another household who lives alone or a caregiver.

A simple, easy-to-understand summary of restrictions can be found on the province’s “Reopening Ontario” webpage, which provides details on what public health measures are in place before the province enters Step One of the Roadmap to Reopen. As always, anyone who may have been exposed to COVID-19 or who may be exhibiting symptoms of the virus should use the province’s self-assessment tool to determine what they should do next, including getting a test and isolating if necessary.

“As we continue to accelerate second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine for Ontarians, maintaining public health measures will ensure we continue to protect our hospital capacity and help stop the spread of COVID-19 variants,” said Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health. “As we look towards Step One of Ontario’s Roadmap and begin to gradually lift public health measures, it remains critical that all Ontarians continue to follow public health advice and roll up their sleeves to receive the vaccine. Every dose administered means we are one step closer to the end of the pandemic.”

With the expiry of the Stay-at-Home order, emergency order O. Reg 266/21 (Residential Evictions) will also expire on June 2, 2021. Emergency orders currently in effect under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act have been extended until June 16, 2021:

 
   
 

Additional Resources

 
   
 

Media Contacts

Stephen Warner
Solicitor General’s Office
stephen.warner@ontario.ca

Brent Ross
Ministry of the Solicitor General
Communications Branch
brent.ross@ontario.ca

Alexandra Hilkene
Minister Elliott’s Office
Alexandra.hilkene@ontario.ca

David Jensen
Ministry of Health Communications Division
416-314-6197
Media.moh@ontario.ca