King County was approved to move into Modified Phase 1 of WA State Safe Start. Though King County is not yet eligible to move into Phase 2, as of today, June 5th, King County has been approved to move into a Modified Phase 1. (Read here for a breakdown of the four phases of Washington State’s Safe Start Plan). This means the opening of a variety of personal services including Master Estheticians and other services such as Hairstylists, Barbers,, Manicurists, Tattoo Artists, and more.
We are currently working with our Master Esthetician Jeannine Black in order to come up with procedures for skincare treatments that align with CDC and L&I recommendations.
If you would like to be placed on the waitlist for skincare treatments once Jeannine returns, please reply to this message with your name and contact number. We still at the current moment have not hired any new massage therapists, though our massage therapist, Amber Hickman is hoping to return later this month. The return dates of Arlene Hills and Melanie Salazar are still pending. We will contact the patients on our massage waitlist as soon as we either hire a new massage therapist or any of our massage therapists return.
The City of Seattle has opened two free drive-through COVID testing sites today in North (on Aurora Ave.) & South Seattle (SODO).Here is a list of free testing sites for people who are unable to access testing through their regular healthcare provider. Testing is available for all, regardless of immigration and insurance status. If you have been protesting and/or may have been otherwise exposed, please get tested! Follow the link here to register for a test and schedule your testing time. (Note: you need to book an appointment before showing up at the testing site).
You may find more information about testing at the following resources :
Here are some uplifting images from Seattle this week to help bring some positivity to your feed <3
Seattle COVID-19 Resources: hub of community, city, county, state, and federal resources from food access to rent and utility assistance and support for independent artists. Some of these programs and services are available to everyone regardless of where you live.