Everyone’s Health is our first priority
The health and safety of our community is of the utmost importance. We are continuously monitoring information on the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in the United States, along with the World Health Organization (WHO), and various local, state, and international agencies applicable to all of our programs. We update our health and safety procedures for each program based on this information. The mitigation measures we implement comply with or surpass recommendations from the CDC, WHO, and all national and local health agencies related to each event location and region.
What steps are we taking?
We have implemented a wide array of sanitation and hygiene protocols to help protect the health of everyone at our programs. While praying for the health of ourselves, our community, and Mother Earth, it is also important to walk the talk and put words into action. Below is a list of the steps we are taking to help ensure everyone’s good health:
- Enhanced cleanliness procedures have been implemented with certified disinfectants and extra attention to high-touch areas.
- If current COVID-19 infection rates are high within the region an event is being held, protective face masks are required throughout the program in all communal indoor spaces whenever 6ft physical distancing cannot be maintained.
- We have limited the capacity of all our programs to meet local health guidelines.
- We continue to monitor local health authority recommendations, as well as the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations — incorporating any updated guidelines into our practices and procedures.
What you can do
to help protect yourself and others
What steps would we encourage you to take?
We encourage you to follow sound hygiene practices, including…
- DO NOT attend an event if you are feeling ill and notify event staff if you become ill during an event.
- Frequent handwashing with soap and the use of hand sanitizer.
- Cover your mouth and/or nose when you cough or sneeze (with a tissue or your inner elbow, not your hand).
- Be courteous of others and respect people’s individual comfort level with regard to physical distancing, handshaking, hugging, etc.
We encourage you to explore further and reach out to us with any questions or concerns.
- Visit the CDC website for more prevention tips
- Get advice from the World Health Organization (WHO)
- Travel advisory for the United States
- International Travel Advisory
- European Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Global Map of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
As always, we’re here to answer any questions you may have about our programs. Don’t hesitate to call us at 888 455-3337 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Still have questions or concerns?