Dear Valued Bridals by Lori Customers,
Bridals by Lori is open for business! We are anxious to see our brides again. We have been closed since March 27 and are now opening May 1 with some slight changes in operating procedures in our attempt to keep staff and customers virus free.
Bridals by Lori is applying Georgia Health safety guidelines to the best of our ability in an attempt to keep our staff and customers safe and healthy.
In addition to implementing Georgia’s guidelines, we are requiring that each customer wear a mask while in the store. If you do have a mask, Bridals by Lori will provide one while supplies last. Also, you must maintain six feet of space between staff, friends, and other customers while in the store.
Covid-19 infection is still possible during this time, even when following the guidlines.
We ask that you do not enter the building if you are showing any flu-like symptoms or have any fever. By entering the store, you will allow us to take your temperature and, if you have a temperature above 100 degrees, you will be denied entry to protect other staff and patrons.
During your shopping experience, we ask that bridal parties are five or fewer patrons in total. Also, instead of sales consultants helping you in and out of bridals gowns per normal procedure, you and a member of your party will now be responsible for carefully dressing in our gowns to protect our staff.
Please be informed your entry to Bridals by Lori is at your own risk of infection. Please do not come in if you are concerned. We want you to be comfortable and to stay healthy.
Do not enter Bridals by Lori if you are a member of a high-risk group. Georgia Executive Order 04.08.20.02 stay at home order is still in effect until May 13 for high-risk groups of people which are defined as:
- Those persons who are 65 years of age or older.
- Those persons who live in a nursing home or long-term care facility, including inpatient hospice, assisted living communities, personal care homes, intermediate care homes, community living arrangements, and community integration homes.
- Those persons who have chronic lung disease.
- Those persons who have moderate to severe asthma.
- Those persons who have severe heart disease.
- Those persons who are immunocompromised. Many conditions can cause a person to be immunocompromised, including cancer treatment, smoking, bone marrow or organ transplantation, immune deficiencies, poorly controlled HIV or AIDS, and prolonged use of corticosteroids and other immune weakening medication.
- Those persons, of any age, with class III or severe obesity.
- Those persons diagnosed with the following underlying medical conditions: diabetes, liver disease, and persons with chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis.
Thank you for your understanding and participation during this challenging time. We will get through this together!
Stay safe and healthy! See y’all soon!
Lori & Team