The Dazzle Cleaning Company is committed first and foremost to the health and safety of our employees and clients. That is why we are continuing to wear masks for the foreseeable future and we ask our clients to do the same when in the presence of our cleaners. We know that this has been difficult for everyone, but we’re at the home-stretch now, and we want to keep the numbers as low as possible! Thank you so much for your understanding.
If you have any questions about our COVID approach, or if you want to talk with us about our cleaning services, call us today or use the contact form below to get in touch.
What You’ll Learn From This Video:
What precautions we are continuing to take in regards to COVID-19.
How our vaccination rate is coming along as a company.
What we’re asking of clients in regards to COVID-19 safety!
Transcript for This Video:
Logan Taylor: Hey there! I’m Logan from The Dazzle Cleaning Company and I just wanted to give a little update for our policies and procedures regarding COVID-19. Now as soon as COVID hit we immediately changed how we did business and now we have guidance from the CDC that says we no longer need to wear masks indoors.
However shortly after that Dr. Jeff Dushan, the director of King County Public Health asked if we would please continue to wear masks for a little bit longer, even if you are vaccinated, because we’re really trying to get those numbers super low in King county, and we definitely want to be part of that. So for right now we’re asking that clients and cleaners continue to wear masks while we’re cleaning your home, and we’re really hopeful that in the coming weeks or maybe months we’re going to be able to lift that mask mandate in our company. But our health and the health of all of our employees and our clients is really important to us, so we don’t want to jump the gun on that.
Our company and all of the employees are almost at 100% vaccination rates so we’re hopeful that we’ll be there really soon. That’ll help give even a little bit more protection and we’ll be able to move farther down the road to a maskless or somewhat-maskless life. We’ll see, although I think I will probably always wear masks when I’m on a crowded busy bus or train now.
So our intention is just to make sure that everybody stays really healthy. So we’re going to continue to ask that we wear masks, that everybody wears masks for the time being. And then as we get further guidance from public health officials at the city, county, state, and federal level, we will continue to update our policies in a way that makes sense.