It's been 19 weeks since we – Canadians – have adopted practices of self-isolation and social distancing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of these efforts and the tireless work of our front line responders, the curve – in respect to the rate of recovery – has now intersected with and surpassed the curve for the emergence in new cases of infection.
This trend is a positive indication that there is cause for hope – hope that the gaining momentum in the continued distance between recovery rates and infection and mortality rates – signal an end to this terrifying virus. Emerging advances in immunization research also provide reason for an optimistic outlook. For further information on some the scientific advances being made in respect to the release of a vaccination CLICK HERE .
We, the team at Sailor Jacks have been in operation throughout the pandemic – safely conducting live in person training and online virtual training while adhering to policies put forth by our local Environmental Health Officer for the City of Surrey – Ying Tan, the Minister of Health for the province of British Columbia – Bonnie Henry and the Minister of Health for Canada – Theresa Tam.
We continue to remain vigilant of evolving best practices for both: our gym and our clinic as new information becomes available. The following links are the current standards of practice to which we adhere and currently employ:
- British Columbia Centre for Disease Control [BCCDC]: CLICK HERE
- College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturist of British Columbia [CTCMA]: CLICK HERE
To contact us for more information: CLICK HERE