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The safest thing to do is stay home.Alberta’s chief medical officer of health said Thursday
that the public health order banning gatherings of more than 15 people would be in place all summer. (As of April 24th)
When stating you are joining a ride, you must provide the amount of people in your group that's attending. If we go over 15 people then we'll have to split up. If you're bringing children they must understand the physical distancing order. Pets should remain on a leash (With the only concern there is them jumping/touching other people)Jeeping with COVID:
Use common sense.
Keep 2m distance.
If you want stuff more spelled out you can reference the following:Before you consider joining:
Before you leave your house:
- If you have symptoms, stay home
- If you have high risk people in your family or social unit, stay home
- In an emergency it may be required that everyone is in contact with everyone else.
While on the trail
- Use the washroom, public toilets are closed.
- Bring your own tools.
- Bring your own strap.
- Bring your own radios.
- Bring you own Air Compressor.
- Bring some gloves.
- Every social unit should make every effort to remain 2 meters from other social units.
- When we stage leave 2 meters between
- Also while we stage, establish an order and stick to it on the trail
- Everyone only gets out to hook up the person behind them, with their own strap.
- If someone is hurt help them, this leads directly into the next item
- If someone from your social unit comes in contact with another social unit be cognizant of that and try to limit your exposure to the other units
- Strictly limit exposure to random trail users
Do not attend when you have symptoms.