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Stay Safe from Coronavirus, Cold, and Flu

Stop the Spread of Germs

At Easton Training Center, the health and wellness of our clients and staff members is our number one priority. We are keeping an eye on the information provided by the CDC and will continue to monitor the spread of the Coronavirus. We will continue to take appropriate actions as directed by government officials. 

When we re-open, in addition to our regular cleaning at the academy, we will be continuing to make hand sanitizer available throughout the premises. We will also ensure our team is being more thorough with the cleanliness in the academy. 

We all know that Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai are close contact sports so let’s all work together and take proper precautions. 

  • Wash hands often with soap, especially before and after classes.
  • Avoid touching mouths, noses, and eyes
  • Avoid public places when sick
  • If you are not feeling well- please stay home!
  • If you, or someone you are in contact with regularly, have traveled to an area with a high risk of contagion please do not come into the academy for at least 14 days. 
  • If you seem to show any signs of being ill and are advised not to train, for your safety and that of others, please understand and comply.

We value your loyalty and thank you for doing your part in keeping everyone in the community safe.

Please help us keep germs out!

Wash Your Hands

Wash your hands thoroughly and often! This is our best line of defense against illness. Don’t touch your face with unwashed hands.

Disinfect Your Phone

Phones and tablets carry tons of germs. Disinfect devices daily with rubbing alcohol and a microfiber cloth.

Cover Your Cough

Covering a cough or sneeze with your bare hands is a guaranteed way to spread nasty germs. Sneeze into a tissue, or the inside of your elbow like a vampire, and teach kids to do the same!

Stay Informed

Don’t buy masks! They can help you keep germs to yourself if you’re already sick, but most surgical masks won’t keep you safe from airborne illness. The public scramble for masks has left healthcare professionals in a pinch.

Stay in the loop, and watch out for rumors and misinformation. Protect the vulnerable members of the community by taking the preventive measures listed here.

Updates from the Colorado Department of Public Health.

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