Covid Precaution @ 88 on logan

No vax = No Entry

We are instituting a new policy. All clients, staff, and ladies are required to present their vaccine proof ( double dose) to visit 88 on logan as per govt law.
This protection policy is in effect immediately and is designed to ensure the safety of all parties and reduce the risk of exposure. Anyone refusing to participate will not be welcome on the premises. Government guide to vaccine proof.

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Why vaccination is mandatory

Vaccination is your ticket to get back to 88 on Logan. From October 2021, customers over the age of 18 at a variety of businesses must show their COVID-19 vaccination status as a condition of entry.

With everyone on-site fully vaccinated, we’ll be able to open the doors to a greater number of patrons and serve more customers, helping to fast-track the recovery of our business.

Proof is easy

The quickest and easiest way to show proof of vaccination is by adding your COVID-19 digital certificate to the Service Queensland app. To add your COVID-19 digital certificate to the Service Queensland app, you’ll need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and have the latest version of the Service Queensland app installed on your phone. You’ll also need either: · Medicare online account or Individual Healthcare Identifier linked to your myGov account · and the latest version of the Express Plus Medicare app installed on your phone. You can add your COVID-19 digital certificate to the Service Queensland app from the Express Plus Medicare app or your myGov account.

Check-in with the certificate

The easiest way is through the Express Plus Medicare app. Once you’ve added your COVID-19 digital certificate to your Service Queensland app, it will show proof of vaccination each time you check in to a venue.

Showing us your COVID-19 digital certificate is your way of contributing to a safer Queensland for all of us, everywhere

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A message for our clients and loyal members

At 88 on logan, we understand that the WHO ( World Health Organisation) announcing COVID-19 (“coronavirus”) as a pandemic creates a sense of panic. It is for this reason, 88 on logan is now prioritizing the health and safety of its clients, ladies, and staff. We remain vigilant following the advice of the Australian Department of Health. Our services continue as normal as we continue to monitor the advice of the Australian Department of Health.

How safe is visiting our club?

Currently, as of writing, no incidence of COVID-19 has been reported within our location and appropriate measures are in place to mitigate unnecessary risk. Some of these include:

  • No touching during intros
  • No shaking hands in the intro or unnecessary touching prior to bookings
  • No one working has a cold and/or flu symptoms
  • Avoidance of any person with cold or flu-like symptoms
  • Cleaning high contact surface points more regularly and thoroughly
  • Deep cleaning of areas frequented by clients, ladies, and staff daily
  • All staff and Ladies are double vaccinated

We encourage our clients to remain vigilant and not to enter the building if they have any flu-like symptoms

The best defense against COVID-19 is vaccination and good hygiene

88 on logan encourages our ladies and clients to get vaccinated, practice good respiratory hygiene, including covering your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, coughing into a flexed elbow, disposing of tissues, and washing your hands rigorously (for at least 20 seconds) with soap or alcohol-based rubs.

88 on logan encourages any employee or client who is feeling unwell to refrain from visiting our location until seeking medical advice from a qualified practitioner. Please self-isolate until the results are conclusive. We would like to thank you for your ongoing support of 88 on logan. It is our commitment to remain a safe and welcoming adult entertainment venue.

Remember, fear is contagious.

88 on logan Management

Further information

We urge everyone to continue to follow the advice of government health authorities with regard to maintaining good hygiene practices. Additional information is available on the Queensland Government Department of Health and Human Services and Australian Government Department of Health websites.

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