If we deem it safe to move forward with an in-person event depending on state and federal public health guidelines, as well asinternal policies, we expect staff and attendees to adhere to the following safety protocols.
Individuals (including staff, event hosts, and attendees) should not attend an in-person event if they—or anyone in their household—are displaying any of the following symptoms:
Fever (100.4F or higher)
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Repeated shaking with chills
New loss of taste or smell
If an event registrant is displaying any of the above symptoms, refunds will be issued without penalty (if applicable).
Pasa staff will contact event hosts the night before and the morning of a scheduled event to check if anyone at the event site is displaying symptoms associated with COVID-19. If any symptoms are present, the event will be immediately canceled. Pasa staff will contact event registrants to notify them about any event cancellations.
We expect staff and attendees to plan to minimize risk of being exposed to the coronavirus while traveling:
Will you need to make stops along the way? If so, do you have proper personal protective equipment? (e.g. If you need to stop for gas, do you have disposable gloves or hand sanitizer to use after handling the gas pump?)
At this time, Pasa staff members are not permitted to carpool with anyone to or from events (unless they are from the same household).
To minimize risk at the meeting or event:
The CDC recommends masks at events for non-vaccinated individuals, even outdoors. Pasa highly encourages every eligible individual to be fully vaccinated before attending an in person event. If you are not fully vaccinated, please continue to wear a mask at all times during the event.
When registering for Pasa events, you must share current contact information. You must also agree to contact Pasa immediately if you or anyone in your household shows symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19 within two days of the event.
Fully vaccinated individuals may remove their masks during socially distanced, outdoor Pasa events.