COVID-19 Updates for RAC Members

This page will be updated regularly. Last updated  July 5, 2021 at 11:30am CT. 

As many provinces are starting to ease their restrictions on businesses, RAC will notify members once it is possible to resume their practice, according to their location.

RAC remains committed to the health and well-being of our entire community.

To this, all members are bound to follow their respective municipal, provincial, and territorial guidelines to safely return to work. After reviewing your governments’ guidelines, please understand it is your decision whether you feel comfortable and prepared to return to work.

If a province or territory is recommending measures above those detailed in RAC’s Standards of Practice, the government’s guidelines supersede. In other words, if you are found in violation of government guidelines, you will also be in breach with the Association.

If there is no link for your provincial or territorial back to work guidelines, your province/territory has not published any, yet.

Provincial Back to Work Guidelines

If there is no link for your provincial or territorial back to work guidelines, your province/territory has not published any, yet.

Please Note: RAC will notify members once it is possible to resume their practice, according to their location.

Alberta

As of July 1, 2021, the general indoor provincial mask mandate has been lifted.  If RCRT™s feel that they want to do more than what the province requires, please feel free to do so.

Starting June 1st, 2021, RCRT™s are allowed to resume providing their services by appointment only.

British Columbia

Opening: May 19, 2020

Manitoba

As of January 23, 2021 – RCRT™s are permitted to resume their services with adequate physical distancing and requirements to collect information for contact tracing purpose.

New Brunswick

Opening: May 22, 2020

Newfoundland

As of March 13, 2021 – Avalon Peninsula is at Level Alert Level 4- RCRT™ s may provide their services

As of March 13, 2021 – Rest of the province is at Level Alert Level 3 – RCRT™ s may provide their services

Northwest Territories

Nova Scotia

As of April 23,2021 – RCRT™ s located in the Halifax Regional Municipality can continue to offer their services.

 Reflexology services are permitted in all other regions.

Nunavut

Opening: June 15, 2020

Ontario

As of June 30, 2021 at 12:01 a.m., Ontario will move to Step 2. This means that RCRT™s  are allowed to resume their reflexology services.

Prince Edward Island

Opening: May 22, 2020

Update March 1, 2021 – Under the COVID-19 Alert Level – Restricted – Registered Canadian Reflexology Therapists and reflexology services would be categorized under health care, and may continue to operate as normal.

Quebec

Opening: June 1, 2020

Saskatchewan

Opening: May 19, 2020

Yukon

Opening: May 27, 2020

Additional Resources

We have created general pre-screening questions and some general tips for you to consider. Please customize these to fit your specific practice and include any necessary provincial guidelines.