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Covid-19 Update

Dear Patients,

Due to the recent developments regarding COVID-19, we have been advised by the California Board of Optometry and the CDC to temporarily close our office for routine exams. We will re-open our office doors to patient care when the Safer At Home order is lifted.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

Although the physical office will be closed, someone from our staff will be available to answer questions, place contact lens orders and schedule urgent/emergency visits by phone during the hours of 9am-12pm M-F at (626) 289-9171. The doctors are also doing Telemedicine Office Visits to better serve you. You can e-mail us at info@huntingtonopto.com

If you are running low on contact lenses or have less than a 3 month supply, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you with an order. As a courtesy during this difficult time, the contacts will be mailed to you at no charge. The American Academy of Optometry states that contact lenses can be worn safely during the COVID-19 pandemic as long as we practice good hand washing and hygiene protocols.

Best,

Dr. Stacey Gin

Dr. Jeffrey Nishi

Dr. Kendric Kajikawa

Dr. Kellie Kanamoto