In the midst of a global pandemic, Women Engaged wants to guarantee that all event participants, volunteers, and staff have the tools to protect themselves and others.
As we prioritize the health and well-being of all attendees, we kindly request your cooperation in following the guidelines below:
While wearing a mask is optional, we strongly encourage all attendees to wear masks throughout the event. This simple precautionary measure helps create a safer environment for everyone present.
If you are feeling unwell, experiencing any symptoms of illness, or have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for an infectious disease, we kindly ask that you prioritize your well-being and refrain from attending the event. Your absence will be understood and greatly appreciated.
Please remember to practice good hygiene throughout the event. Frequent handwashing, using hand sanitizers available on-site, and covering coughs or sneezes with a tissue or your elbow are important measures we can all take to minimize the spread of germs.
We value a respectful and inclusive atmosphere for all participants. Please be mindful of personal space and considerate of others' comfort levels. Let's foster an environment where everyone feels safe and valued.
By adhering to these guidelines, we can collectively contribute to the well-being of our community and ensure an enjoyable and enriching experience for all attendees.
We look forward to your participation and appreciate your commitment to creating a safe and respectful environment.
*Masks are not required but are encouraged. We will provide masks and sanitizing supplies for any participant to use. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Women Engaged team using our email [email protected].
You can find community levels and prevention steps depending on the county using this link.
To get more information on covid-19 testing, vaccination sites, and other resources, please visit https://dph.georgia.gov/covid-vaccine.
Let’s help keep our communities safe.