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Dear Patients,

We’re reopening! The governor’s coronavirus guidelines have allowed our office to begin operating on May 4th, but with some restrictions. Please read and follow the recommendations below to allow us to adhere to the state’s regulations.

1.) Please cancel or reschedule your appointment if you or any immediate family member has had a fever, cough, sore throat, loss of smell/taste, or any other cold symptoms within the last two weeks.

2.) Per the state’s most recent mandate, masks must be worn by all staff and are strongly advised for all patients. We do ask that our patients enter wearing their own masks, as we do not have an additional supply that would allow us to provide them to others.

3.) To keep our office space at or below a maximum capacity of 10 people, we ask that any person coming in for an exam, or to pick up glasses or contact lenses, arrive alone or with a limited number of others accompanying them. Friends or family members may wish to remain in their vehicle while the patient is in the office.

4.) For patients who wear contact lenses, please if possible wear your glasses and not your contacts into your appointment. This is simply to minimize how often you’ll need to put your hands to your eyes and face while in the office. It also allows for slightly accelerated pre-testing for your exam with the doctor.

Our goal during these next several weeks is to provide patients with thorough management of their vision and ocular health in as efficient a manner as possible. Your adhering to the requests made above will allow us to do so while maintaining, to the best of our ability, the social distancing requirements delegated by the state of Ohio.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unique situation. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone again.

Dr. Bozic & Staff