COVID Precautions:

Runners and volunteers should prescreen on race morning. * see prescreen notes below

Spectators are discouraged. No spectators will be allowed at the start line or finish line area.

Runners should maintain a 6 foot distance from others at all times.

Runners should wear a mask in the race staging area, at the start line and finish line. Masks can be removed when you start running.

Runners will be sent out in waves, 100 runners every 15 minutes sent out over the period of an hour. No more than 10 runners at the start line at a time

The run starts at 8:00 AM

Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes will be available at the starting line, portable toilets, finish line and all areas where there will be touch points.

Finisher medals will be distributed at packet pickup.

Aid stations will be minimally staffed and will have water. Volunteers will fill cups and space them so runners can pick up their own cups without contaminating other cups.

The finish line will have bottled water for runners to pick up.

Runners should put their mask back on as soon as they cross the finish line.

*Prescreening Notes:

Participants, staff, volunteers, attendees, and spectators must stay home if they are feeling ill or experiencing the following symptoms.

• Fever or chills
• Cough
• Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
• Fatigue
• Muscle or body aches
• Headache
• New loss of taste or smell
• Sore throat
• Congestion or runny nose
• Nausea or vomiting
• Diarrhea

CDC info for those who need extra precautions –https://www.cdc.gov/aging/covid19-guidance.html

Based on what we know now, those at high-risk* for severe illness from COVID-19 are:

● People 65 years and older
● People who live in a nursing home or long-term care facility
People who live or interact frequently with persons with not well controlled underlying medical conditions People of all ages with underlying medical conditions, particularly if not well controlled, including:
● People with chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma
● People who have serious heart conditions
● People who are immunocompromised
● Many conditions can cause a person to be immunocompromised, including cancer treatment, smoking, bone marrow or organ transplantation, immune deficiencies, poorly controlled HIV or AIDS, and prolonged use of corticosteroids and other immune weakening medications
● People with severe obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 40 or higher)
● People with diabetes
● People with chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis
● People with liver disease
● People with high-blood pressure
*If have more than one risk factor = very high risk