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Reed Community Building COVID Control Plan Regulations/Guidelines for Programming Only

Reed Community Building COVID Control Plan Regulations/Guidelines for Programming Only
(not for use for meetings/ community use at this time)
Coronavirus, COVID-19 is an extremely contagious virus that spreads easily through person-to-person contact. Federal and state authorities recommend social distancing as a mean to prevent the spread of the virus. COVID-19 can lead to severe illness, personal injury, permanent disability, and death. Participating in programs or accessing facilities could increase the risk of contracting COVID-19. The Town of Kingston in no way warrants that COVID-19 infection will not occur through participation in programs or accessing Town facilities.
Please do your part to protect yourself and others while at Reed Community Building.  It is up to all of us to help keep ourselves safe, and for safe use of the property.  The Town of Kingston and Recreation Department Staff are committed to helping the public understand the appropriate behavior and learn the guidelines.  If it is found that the public as a whole cannot adhere to these regulations/guidelines, additional measures may need to be implemented and potentially the closure of the property/programming.  Please remember, the continued safe and appropriate use is up to all of us.
Stay home if you are sick / Wash or sanitize your hands before coming to and after leaving the building / Keep 6-foot distance between you and others /Have Fun!
Do Not Come To The Building/Program If:
  • You or anyone in your family have a fever
  • You or anyone in your family have flu like symptoms; a cough, sore throat, sneezing, wheezing, shortness of breath or trouble breathing
  • You or anyone in your family has been in contact with a suspected or confirmed COVID patient
General Guidelines:  with adherance to the updated State Guidelines
Standards for Recreational Activities in Phase III, Step 1
  • Maintain social distancing of at least 6’ when moving about the building
  • You must have a mask with you at all times
  • Facial coverings/Masks must be worn when entering the building and remain on until you have reached your program destination, and then can only be removed when, and if, you can social distance from 6’ apart
  • Facial coverings/Masks must be worn by all while engaged in any activity when you cannot maintain 6’apart – this includes all instructor and participants.
  • No more than 25 participants any one time, this includes instructor’s, in the Auditorium and Lower Hall Open spaces
  • No sharing of equipment, supplies
  • Trash Removal - To continue to provide minimized risk opportunities at this time there is a strict “Carry In” – “Carry Out” policy. Please take your waste with you, what you bring in – you take out
  • Organizers/Coordinators will stagger arrival and drop off times to limit contact between groups
  • Separate doors will be used for each location
  • Participants and organizers should not congregate in common areas or parking lots following programs/ events
  • Participants are recommended to bring their own hand sanitizers; there will be some placed throughout areas of the program space
  • Restrooms will remain open to public in the South Room and Lower Hall. Main entrance restroom for employees only.  Facilities to be cleaned at least once daily by staff, and perform deep cleaning and disinfection services each evening.
  • Users are expected to follow all safety guidelines recommended by State