Coronavirus Update #1

Dear Vie Clients,


With coronavirus (COVID-19) blanketing the news, I’m sure you’re all very aware of concerns about how it may impact our community. I want to assure you that we at Vie are keeping up-to-date on the issue. We’re regularly reviewing the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website’s interim guidance for businesses, and continually monitoring the State of Michigan and Washtenaw County Health Department guidance. 


Our primary objective at Vie is to keep our community healthy. We have communicated specific mitigation practices to the entire Vie team, and also ask you to join us in our efforts. There are a number of things that we can all do at Vie together to minimize community spread of coronavirus:


  • At this time we are asking staff and clients who are well to please feel free to come to Vie and enjoy our fitness and spa services
  • If you are sick or have a fever, please do not come to Vie. If you had a fever (100.4 degrees or higher), please do not return to Vie until at least 24 hours after having a normal body temperature and being free of any symptoms. The Vie team is rigorously following the same procedure
  • At this time we are asking staff and clients who are well to please feel free to come to Vie and enjoy our fitness and spa services.
  • If you are sick or have a fever, please do not come to Vie. If you had a fever (100.4 degrees or higher), please do not return to Vie until at least 24 hours after having a normal body temperature and being free of any symptoms. The Vie team is rigorously following the same procedure. No late fees will be assessed for cancellations due to fever or other viral symptoms
  • We have increased the frequency of our thorough sanitizing protocols for disinfection of equipment and surfaces. Please do your part by wiping down equipment you use with our readily available sanitizing supplies before and after use.
  • Please cover your coughs and sneezes in your elbow, and minimize touching your face.
  • Wash your hands frequently with hot water for at least 20 seconds.
  • If you will be traveling, please review the CDC’s Traveler’s Health Notices.

The current status of coronavirus in Michigan is likely to change. I will keep you all up to date with Vie’s plans to respond as the situation evolves. We will be aggressive in doing our part to minimize community spread.


Thank you for being part of Vie, and for your attention to these measures as we all work to maintain a healthy community.



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