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Delaware Safety Council

Corona Virus (COVID19) Policy Update

Effective May 21, 2021


The number one priority of the Delaware Safety Council is the health and safety of our members and patrons. In light of the spread of Coronavirus through our region and into Delaware, we want to emphasize our concern for the well-being of our instructors and class participants.  Consequently, The Delaware Safety Council has updated our relevant policies as of May 21, 2021.

Governor John Carney announced that effective May 21, 2021, the State of Delaware will allow fully vaccinated adults to gather in outdoor space and most indoor spaces without wearing face masks and has reduced the social distancing space to 3-feet.  Generally, Delawareans should follow masking guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for all indoor and outdoor activities.

Those who are not fully vaccinated, including children not yet eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine, should continue to wear masks when around others who are outside their immediate household, according to the CDC guidance. Unvaccinated Delawareans ages 12 and older are urged to get vaccinated as soon as possible to protect themselves from infection and serious illness. Find a vaccination site: de.gov/getmyvaccine.

The Delaware Safety Council maintains great concern for the health and safety of everyone who participates in our classes is paramount. Because many of our participants are health-compromised, we are requiring that masks be worn at all times while in our facility. We have decreased our social distancing requirements, but they will remain at slightly more than 3 feet.

These requirements will be in place for ALL training classes in our facility. Our training facility is fully sanitized prior to every class. We will comply with the existing requirements in place at our partner facilities.

If you are feeling ill, sneezing and coughing; if you have a fever or have recently had a fever prior to coming to a class, please stay home and reschedule. Use good judgment in your decision making.

If we have sufficient participant cancellations so that it is not reasonable to hold a class, we will notify the remaining participants as soon as we possibly can and we will reschedule the class.


Pete Booker

Executive Director

Delaware Safety Council





   

     

      



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