I was told, ahead of my visit, that I needed to wear a mask - this is smart and good.
When I arrived, I was wearing my mask, but the receptionist had her mask on under her nose - meaning that it was essentially useless. She was behind a plastic barrier, but there were HUGE holes in the barrier, so it wasn't like that was doing anything anyway.
When I mentioned to staff that this was a big problem for me, one of the technicians said "but she was 6 feet away right?" and I pointed out that in an enclosed space that doesn't really make much of a difference. I also pointed out that if they were being sloppy about how they wore their masks, what else were they being sloppy about?
I told Dr. B about it, and he said it'd be taken care of - when I left the receptionist was wearing her mask properly. Too little too late, but at least it's something.
A PATIENT should not be taking more precautions and being more conscientious about wearing a mask and proper safety during this pandemic than, theoretically, trained medical staff.
I would have given this a one star and a zero because of this, but Dr. B has been great when I've seen him. My advice would be, if you are in an at risk group for the pandemic, to wait if you can or to go to a clinic that takes preventative measures seriously.