Updated March 15, 2020
Because of the potential of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) as well cold/flu viruses Oasis is taking every precaution to protect our guests and employees.
In Order to Protect the Health and Well-Being of Our Guests and Staff Members, Starting March 16th, Both Oasis Day Spa Locations Will Be Closed Until Further Notice.
To Our Guests,
To date, there are NO cases of a guest or staff member with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) who has come into the spa, and we have been taking all precautionary measures to keep the spa as clean as possible.
However, after mindful conversations, we have made the difficult decision to proactively close our Park Avenue and Westchester locations in order to protect the health and well-being of both you and our staff members.
We always want to remain your Oasis throughout times of uncertainty and will continue to keep you updated.
For those with appointments this week, we will honor rebookings and be in touch soon to reschedule.
Our Online Store will continue to remain open and we will be available on our social channels, as well as our customer service channels to answer any questions you might have.
Thank you for your understanding. Be safe and we hope to see you soon!
Bruce Schoenberg & The Oasis Family
What Has Oasis Been Doing to Protect Its Guests and Staff?
Oasis is committed to providing a clean, healthy environment for its guests and staff. We are implementing proactive approaches to infection prevention and emergency preparedness in response to concerns about the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID‐19) situation, including:
- Ensuring staff are informed and provided with guidance about cleaning best practices, cough and sneeze etiquette, and hand hygiene.
- Encouraging staff to stay home if they are sick and have symptoms of acute respiratory illness (fever, cough, shortness of breath, etc.).
- Continuous cleaning of all frequently touched surfaces and items (door handles, door glass, elevator call buttons, etc.) in our common areas and locker rooms during the day with appropriate disinfectant solutions.
- Thoroughly cleaning our restrooms and common areas nightly with appropriate disinfectants.
- Providing hand sanitizer.
- Staying up to date on the COVID‐19 situation information provided by the state and local Departments of Health, CDC, and other infectious disease experts.