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ConVocation 2022 COVID 19 Protocols

posted Oct 5, 2021, 6:59 PM by Web Master
ConVocation 2022 COVID 19 Protocols


Pre - ConVocation

Pack your proof of COVID 19 vaccination card or your proof of a negative COVID 19 test from within the last 72 hours.

All registrations canceled because of a positive COVID 19 diagnosis will be refunded during the month after ConVocation ( March 2022). Proof of positive diagnosis will be required. A picture of the positive test result is sufficient - As long as we can see the attendees name, all other personal identifying information can be redacted.

If you have had COVID 19 and are out of quarantine 15 days prior to ConVocation 2022 a negative COVID 19 test will be required regardless of vaccination status.
Do not attend ConVocation 2022 if you have tested positive for COVID 19 within the last 14 days - even if you are asymptomatic or have been vaccinated. People who have tested positive for COVID 19 and are pre-registered are eligible for a full refund.


During ConVocation

Either a COVID 19 vaccination card or a negative COVID 19 test taken within the last 72 hours MUST be presented at registration to attend ConVocation 2022.

Masks must be worn in all indoor public areas at all times. At this time masks are not being provided by ConVocation. Attendees must bring their own. We are working on donation options for masks and will update this as we have more information.

If you are unvaccinated or at high risk for COVID 19, please practice social distancing
Frequent hand washing or use of hand sanitizer is highly encouraged. We are currently working out ways to make hand sanitizer available and easily accessible to attendees.
Please use substances responsibly - it is easy to forget masking and social distancing guidelines when inhibitions are lowered.

Even if you are vaccinated - DO NOT attend ConVocation 2022 if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID 19 - (fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea).
This is current policy based on current science and are subject to change.


Thanks again,
MEC
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