On May 1, 2022, our office will allow patients to attend visits without wearing a mask.
Our staff will continue to mask at all times when in the presence of patients.
We encourage and support our patients to continue masking if they choose.
Our staff will request that you wear a mask if you are experiencing any COVID symptoms. Thank you for your cooperation to keep everyone safer at CWCC.
You can reduce the risk of passing the herpes virus (herpes simplex virus, or HSV) to your sexual partners by taking the following steps: Tell current sexual partners that you have genital herpes. You also should tell future partners before having sexual contact. Be alert to the symptoms that signal an outbreak is coming. Avoid sexual contact from the time you feel symptoms until a few days after the sores have gone away. Wash your hands with soap and water after any possible