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Covid Policy

Your safety our duty!

Small Gatherings

Safety is our priority

Small gatherings are informal and may occur with family and friends you regularly socialize with, often at someone’s residence. They typically do not involve long distance travel. These social gatherings are more intimate with close friends and family, such as small holiday parties, family dinners, and special celebrations.

Here at Plush we take precautions by making sure all items are dry cleaned and washed thoroughly.  Most of the items we use to service the children are dispensable.  However, items that are not are sanitized after each use.  We pride ourselves in keeping a beautiful and clean establishment.

We adhere to all State recommendations during any pandemic.  We also have our own policies that we put in place for the safety of our staff and guest.  There are times that you might be required to wear mask depending on spikes that we sometimes see with Covid.  Staff will be required to wear mask and gloves as well at times.  

We want everyone to feel safe and enjoy their visit!

Steps Everyone Can Take to Make Gatherings Safer

If you are attending a gathering, think about the steps you need to take to protect yourself and your loved ones from COVID-19.

If you are sick and need to be around others, or are caring for someone who has COVID-19, wear a mask.

In general, people do not need to wear masks when outdoors.

Make sure you are up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines if that's what you have chosen to do.  W ask that all guest wash their hands or sanitize them upon entry,


If the covid-19 Community Level where you live is


Wear a mask based on your personal preference, informed by your personal level of risk.


If you are at risk for severe illness, talk to your healthcare provider about wearing masks indoors in public.

If you live with or will gather with someone at risk for severe illness, wear a mask when indoors with them.


If you are 2 or older, wear a well-fitting mask indoors in public, regardless of vaccination status or individual risk (including in K-12 schools and other community settings).

If you are at risk for severe illness, wear a mask or respirator that provides you with greater protection.

Communicate with the people you will meet with about prevention strategies.

Stay home if you are sick or experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

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