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Gatherings: include, but are not limited to, non-essential business activities, such as: weddings, funerals, lectures, meetings, parades, fairs, festivals, sporting events, and performances. All events will need to submit a gathering protocol if they exceed 10 people.
10 person for gatherings, 50% for all businesses and churches. Used to be 100 person limit. Also different: masks are now required in gyms.
Yes, churches now fall under 50%.
If they are in a gray area of transition (like before Thanksgiving) they should be fine. If it’s farther in the future than that, they should talk to Environmental Health and possibly revise plans.
See above for previously approved events. School sports will need to submit gathering protocol. Masks should be worn to the greatest extent possible during sporting activities. It is recommended that youth athletes wear masks, but not required. If you are unable to wear a mask because of difficulty breathing during high intensity activities, choose an outdoor location with greater ventilation and air exchange and where social distancing from others can be guaranteed. Participants may consult with their primary care provider to determine if vigorous activity while wearing a mask is safe for them. For games to be held with more than 10 spectators, event organizers must submit a gathering protocol. Athletes will not count towards the 10 person maximum at this time.
An event will still need to submit a gathering protocol.
No, this will be at her discretion of which events need to be reevaluated.
City council meetings and other governmental functions such as these will NOT need to submit a gathering protocol as this is a part of essential business operations for the community.
We will include this in the Jotform