Safety Guidelines for Sunday Activities
For all in-person Sunday Activities
(Updated April 14, 2022)
Those who attend must provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19, if they are in an age group for whom the FDA has approved a COVID-19 vaccine, and for whom the CDC recommends a COVID-19 vaccination; OR they must have received a medical exemption in advance from the Senior Minister.
Those who attend must affirm that
- They are not ill and have no symptoms of contagious disease
- They have not tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days
- They have not been in close contact with anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days (if you need clarification concerning your specific situation, please contact email@example.com)
- They will inform UUCB if they test positive for COVID-19 within 14 days after attendance
Attendance in person indicates your willingness to follow safety guidelines.
Face masks, well fitting and covering both nose and mouth, are required at all times for all people over the age of 2.
All who enter the building must register to attend, and must sign in at the entrance.
Please greet others with word and gesture, maintaining physical distance as indicated by their lanyards (red=I’m glad to see you, and prefer to maintain a 6’ distance; yellow=I’m comfortable being closer but prefer no hugging or touching today; green=I welcome hugs, but please ask first).
The ventilation systems have been upgraded in the Atrium restrooms. Lock the door to activate the “occupied” indicator if desired. Restrooms near the Safir Room are also available for anyone preferring single occupancy.
Please use hand sanitizer and/or wash your hands.
Our drinking fountains are not currently in use. We recommend that participants bring their own water if they feel they will need water. If you need to sip water, please respect the physical distancing preferences of others (as evidenced by lanyard color) and only pull aside your mask briefly to sip.
When coffee is provided (beginning April 17), please remember that wearing your mask when not actively sipping protects us all, including the young children who are not yet eligible for vaccination.