UPDATED Advocacy Army COVID Protocol
This policy was updated on 3/16/22.
To ensure the health and safety of all of our guests, we will be implementing the following precautions during the OPRA Advocacy Army in-person meetings. By registering to participate you acknowledge and agree to abide by these protocols.
Participants may be asked to show proof of either vaccination or a negative COVID test, which was taken within 48 hours of arriving at the event if requested by OPRA staff.
Participants who have been exposed to COVID within the last 10 days prior to the event may not attend.
Participants who have been diagnosed with COVID within the last 10 days prior to the event may not attend.
Participants who are experiencing COVID symptoms may not attend, unless they have had a negative test.
At this time, local ordinances do not require masks, but participants may wear them if they wish. This may change depending on local rules, requirements, recommendations or ordinances. If masks are required, participants will wear a mask at all times which covers their nose and mouth inside the venue, except while eating and drinking. “Gaiters” are not acceptable as a face mask. Plastic face shields or goggles may be worn in addition to masks, but are not replacements.
Participants assume all risks associated with, resulting from, or arising in connection with, attendance and/or participating, in the Conference of Conference-related activities, including without limitation, all risks of theft, loss, harm, damage, illness or sickness (including those caused by known or unknown infectious diseases).