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WW Philadelphia announces all studio locations have reopened for in-person workshops

Safety protocols are in place to protect members and staff

WW Philadelphia (Weight Watchers reimagined) announced that it has reopened all of its studio locations for in-person workshops, weigh-ins and product sales in southeastern Pennsylvania and southwestern New Jersey. Bucks County locations include the Oxford Valley Mall in Langhorne, 1551 W. Street Road in Warminster, and 287 N. Sycamore St. in Newtown.

“We are extremely excited about the reopening because we know live workshops are the backbone of the support system for members using the Weight Watchers plan,” said WW Philadelphia president John Birnhak. “There are numerous in-person workshops open per week and we are ready to add additional workshops as needed. For additional support or convenience, members can also choose from a schedule of virtual workshops.”

There is a new set of guidelines in place for the in-person workshops, weigh-ins and product sales:

– Members must wear a face mask and shoes cannot be removed during weigh-in
– Temperature checks will be made upon entry
– Limited seating with social distancing (about 23 seats per location) will be available at each studio location; no guests will be allowed
– Restrooms are open to members
– Special cleaning processes will be continuously performed by the workshop employee team
– A system of no contact product purchase and payment processing will be in place

If members cannot stay for the workshop, they can weigh-in only and attend one of the virtual workshops hosted by WW Philadelphia staff. Visit wwphl.com or call 215-648-1000 for more information.

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