COVID19 Safety Guidelines

Please Note: Campus continues to be CLOSED due to Covid Restrictions.
A re-opening date has not been determined. Required Precautions and Procedures to be applied upon re-opening.

According to Sub Section 2. (2.1) of Schedule 1 and Schedule 4 of O. Reg. 364/20: Rules for Areas at Step 3 and the Roadmap Exit Step under the Reopening Ontario (A flexible Response to COVID19 Act, 2020):
  1. Any Persons who plan to attend campus must complete the Daily Covid-19 Self Screening Check-up before leaving for your destination.
  2. Persons who attend the campus are required by law to provide:
    1. proof of full vaccination against COVID-19; OR
    2. written document, completed and supplied by a physician or registered nurse that sets out: (i) of a documented medical reason for not being fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and (ii) the effective time-period for the medical reason; OR
    3. if not fully vaccinated proof of completing an educational session provided by Wellsprings College prior to declining vaccination for reason other than a medical reason about how the Covid-19 vaccines work, vaccine safety related to the development of the vaccines, the benefits, risks of not being vaccinated, and the possible side effects of the COVID-19 vaccination
If persons attending the campus cannot be vaccinated against COVID-19 due to a documented medical reason from a physical or registered nurse, the individual(s) must submit to an antigen point of care test for COVID-19 (conducted on campus) that demonstrates a negative result, prior to your visit. Once in-person classes are available, these individuals must submit a negative test result every seven days.

Wellsprings College is obligated to collect, maintain, and disclose statistical (non-identifiable) data of persons who attend the campus to the Ministry of Colleges and Universities. This includes persons vaccinated against COVID-19; persons medically exempted from taking the COVID-19 vaccine; and persons who completed an educational session regarding the COVID-19 vaccination, how they work and safety, its benefits, risks of not being vaccinated, and possible side effects.

Visitors who have symptoms, have been exposed to a known COVID-19 case, and/or failed their daily COVID-19 screening must not attend the campus, and immediately self-isolate at home or in an area designated by the Wellsprings College campus staff. These individuals must contact their health care physician. Wellsprings College will notify York Region Public Health.
Wellsprings College of Esthetics - Richmond Hill
13085 Yonge Street, Suite 205, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada L4E 3S8