Updated Sept. 1, 2021
All members on campus must be preapproved and checked in at the entrance upon their arrival.
Protocols at point of entry
- Temperature Check
- Vaccine Record
- Photo ID verification
- All guests and staff members should be wearing mask and maintain 6ft physical distancing while on campus
No food vendors are allowed on campus, all food will be distributed in a contactless process from the outdoor area.To be on the safe side, please be mindful of physical distance.
Current Cleaning Protocols
Disinfection Program to safeguard from COVID-19
We are responsible for routine cleaning and disinfecting of all spaces on campus. With the outbreak of Coronavirus, they have provided enhanced sanitizing of high-touch surfaces including touch surfaces, entrance doors, and other high-touch surfaces throughout our campuses. Custodians & the house staff have all been trained according to CDC guidelines on proper cleaning and disinfecting methods. They use only those products approved by CDC/EPA that have been proven effective against COVID-19.
Access to hand sanitizer and handwashing facilities are an important aspect of our disinfection program. Thorough and frequent hand washing is encouraged on campus and hand sanitizing stations are located throughout the building In addition, they have made disposable surface wipes available for quick surface disinfection.
They will continue to clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces multiple times during the event utilizing the EPA-approved products as a surface protectants against new microbial growth.
Current Alameda County and State Guidelines
California State guidelines Key Points
Fully vaccinated people:
- Can resume activities that they did prior to the pandemic.
- Must follow mandatory provisions in CDPH’s Face Coverings Guidance.
- Are recommended to wear a mask in indoor public settings. This adds an extra precautionary measure for all to reduce the transmission of COVID-19, especially in communities currently seeing the highest transmission rates due to the emerging Delta variant.
- Should consider wearing a mask in indoor non-public settings, particularly if they are immunocompromised or at increased risk for severe disease from COVID-19, or if they have someone in their household who is immunocompromised, at increased risk of severe disease, not fully vaccinated, or not yet eligible for vaccination.
- If asymptomatic, can refrain from quarantine following known exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. Fully vaccinated persons are recommended to be tested 3-5 days after exposure and wear a mask in public indoor settings for 14 days.
- Should follow CDPH and local health department recommendations regarding isolation and/or exclusion from high-risk settings if they test positive for SARS-CoV-2, and must follow any mandatory requirements from local health departments.
- Should follow CDC, local and state health department travel recommendations, and must follow any mandatory requirements.
- Must follow any CDPH, local, or federal public health orders pertaining to specific settings.
These recommendations and requirements apply to fully vaccinated people, and currently, there is no duration limitation on these recommendations after individuals are fully vaccinated.
For additional information visit CDC’s related Science Brief: Background Rationale and Evidence for Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People.
*This guidance applies to COVID-19 vaccines currently authorized for use:
- By the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), as listed at the FDA COVID-19 Vaccines webpage.
- By the World Health Organization (WHO), as listed at the WHO COVID-19 Vaccines webpage.
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