We continue to join our community in doing our part in stopping the spread. In addition to the government guidelines, all KoKo Adora staff continue to wear a face mask and gloves when packing orders. Outside of face masks, our full COVID restriction guidelines have continued to stay in place for the safety and hygiene of our staff and customers. Stock holding areas are regularly sanitized by way of spray and wiping, temperatures are checked daily and strict hygiene rules remain in place.
KoKo Adora predominantly operates online and will continue to operate as normal online. Unfortunately we continue to limit any face to face shopping opportunities, we have been asked when we will start popping up again, we hope that you will see us in shopping centres and boutique markets once everything is well and truly over.
We have the flexibility to enforce high standards of hygiene and the safety of a contactless way of operating by operating online. You can continue to shop KoKo Adora from the safety of your homes and feel rest assured that the process is upheld to a high and safe standard. We continue to use Australia Post through these unprecedented times and all orders have the option for contactless delivery.
For a more personalised mask you can make one at home using these handy instructions from NSW Health.
These instructions are in line with advice from the Australian Government’s Infection Control Expert Group to ensure that you are well protected.
Tips on face masks
To ensure you are protecting yourself and the community please ensure you follow the below advice on wearing masks:
- Wash or sanitise your hands before putting on or taking off your mask.
- Ensure the mask covers your nose and mouth and fits snugly under your chin, over the bridge of your nose and against the sides of your face.
- Refrain from touching the front of your mask while wearing or removing it.
- Do not allow the mask to hang around your neck or under your nose.
- Do not reuse single-use masks.
- Wash and dry reusable masks after use and store in a clean, dry place.
For more information on mask wearing visit the NSW Health website here
There are more then 83 million cases worldwide and over 1.8 million people have died around the world. We are lucky in Australia, on the list of affected countries in order of most affected, we sit at 99 at present and have done an incredible job at keeping the spread as minimal as possible (https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/). In saying this, any life lost is one wasted to this battle, we cannot ignore the importance of following the rules. Please follow the rules and stay safe. It is not over yet but together we can continue to fight it.
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