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Your Health Is Top Priority
The health and safety of our guests and staff members is our top priority. We are closely monitoring information from local, state, and national health authorities on virus statistics, containment, and management. We believe that communication, smart planning, and keeping informed are essential.
As things evolve, we will continue to adapt accordingly. We will continue to be transparent with our communication to our guests.
What You Can Do:
Wash hands with soap and water following the guidelines here.
Use hand sanitizers only when handwashing is not available. The hand sanitizers should be at least 60 percent alcohol to be effective.
Avoid handshaking and high-fives.
Practice social distancing by staying a minimum of 3 feet away from anyone.
Avoid touching your face – especially your eyes, nose, and mouth.
Stay home when you feel sick.
Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue then put the tissue in the trash or use the crook of your elbow if a tissue isn’t available.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household disinfectant cleaning spray or wipe. Clean mobile and desk phones, computer keyboards, door handles, and work surfaces often.
Face masks are not considered an effective way to prevent someone from catching a virus unless you have close, frequent contact with a sick person; however, they are an option for sick people to use to keep from spreading the virus.
Recreation activities that can be practiced in private are encouraged. This virus spreads by person-to-person transmission just like the flu, so limiting human contact can help prevent CORONAVIRUS / COVID-19 from spreading.