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Ballet Arizona implementing new COVID curbing efforts to help reopen classes, live performances

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents HealthyVerify Certification.)

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

Health safety and infectious disease experts with HealthyVerify Certification are helping Ballet Arizona navigate COVID-19 and work toward reopening some of its in-person classes and performances.

Scottsdale-based HealthyVerify (HVC) helps workplaces, arts venues, school districts, fitness centers, and sports team go above and beyond U.S. Centers for Disease Control guidelines for curtailing the spread of COVID-19.

HVC is helping Ballet Arizona develop and implement best practices to protect the health of students, performers, teachers, and attendees at future performances.

For reopening in-person classes, Ballet Arizona teachers will not physically correct students and students will have socially distanced barre spaces for their use.

Anyone entering Ballet Arizona’s Phoenix facility (including students) will also undergo symptom screenings and a disinfectant fogger machine will be used along with other cleaning efforts.

Ballet Arizona will also have limited and socially distant attendance at future live performances. Ballet Arizona is also offering digital performances and events as part of its programming.

HealthyVerify Certification is the only independent medically based, scientific, and professional certification company in the U.S. helping reduce the risk of COVID-19.

HVC works with infectious disease experts from the Barrow Neurological Institute and researchers at Arizona State University to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.

HealthyVerify has also helped numerous school districts (including the Avondale Elementary School District, Fowler Elementary School District), Jewish Family and Children’s Services, Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona, Mountainside Fitness, the City of Goodyear and the spring training facilities for the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians.