COVID Safety

COVID Safety During the 2022 Epic Trail Challenge

During these ever-evolving times, our goal is to create as safe and healthy an experience for each of our Challengers as possible. While we can’t eliminate all risk of COVID exposure, we can definitely work together to mitigate it! We are closely monitoring CDC and Sonoma County Public Health protocols, and have developed our policy in accordance with their guidance.

Participants in any in-person gathering related to the Epic Trail Challenge are required to:

  1. Complete a COVID-19 symptom check sent via e-mail the evening prior to gathering. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed when you complete the check or anytime before you arrive at our meetup spot, do not attend the gathering. If you’re not having any symptoms, you are cleared to join us!
  2. Maintain physical distance from people outside their households/teams.
  3. Wear a mask (N95 or KN95 until otherwise advised) when physical distance is not possible, for example, when the trail is narrow or while passing other hikers.

All challengers are asked to inform us of their vaccination status. This helps us be informed so we can best support the safety needs of the whole group.

As new information emerges, this policy may change! Any new policies will be distributed to registered Challengers via e-mail.

Santa Rosa Community Health strongly encourages everyone to get vaccinated and boosted in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Home testing is also a good tool as a safety practice. If you haven’t already, you can sign up to receive four free COVID tests through President Biden’s program by clicking here: https://www.covidtests.gov/.

 

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Push your limits.
Challenge yourself.
Make an epic difference.

Got questions?

Contact Laurie Lynn Hogan, Challenger in Charge

epic@srhealth.org | 707.704.6168

ALERTA: Para recibir la vacuna COVID-19, hacerse la prueba o obtener información sobre los servicios de salud en SRCH.Haga clic aquí.
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