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Newborn Photography Studio Sanitation Policy

Mar 13, 2020

Update – August 3, 2020

The community we live in today is significantly different than it was just a few months ago. COVID-19 cases have spiked across the Carolinas and we all have a heightened sense of sanitation. While my newborn studio already had a strict sanitation policy, you can never be too careful – or have too many precautions in place. Now, more than ever, I am taking extra measures to minimize germs and do my part to slow the spread. Below you’ll find some of the extra steps I’m taking to keep parents and my baby boss safe.

Personal Hygiene

I wash my hands before and after each session in addition to using sanitizer frequently throughout our time together. Parents can expect to see sanitizer in the seating and shooting area at all times. Going forward, I am asking that parents sanitize hands upon arrival. Additionally, disposable face masks are available to parents.

hand washing newborn photography sanitation

Studio Sanitation

The studio is cleaned/disinfected daily – including floors, surfaces, door knobs, light switches, cameras, props, etc. Additionally, I wash all fabrics before and after use. This includes wraps, backdrops, layering pieces, etc. We also sanitize props and posing tools after each use.

Session Attendance

In an effort to keep all of us safe and healthy and to maintain a high level of newborn studio sanitation, effective immediately, we ask that only those being photographed attend sessions.

As always, if you’re sick, please contact me ASAP to reschedule. Anyone showing visible signs of sickness will be asked to leave. This is NON-NEGOTIABLE for the health and safety of us all.

As of now, I am monitoring the situation closely and am following recommended guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO). If any changes arise, all current clients will be contacted via email.

Please stay safe everyone.

Melody

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