The ACBL Unit 360 Board of Directors approved revisions to our COVID-19 protocols. These changes will remain in effect indefinitely. As always, we continue to monitor guidance and information from the ACBL, as well as local public health officials, which may require us to make changes as we go forward.
MINIMUM ACBL UNIT 360 COVID-19 PROTOCOLS
NOTE: Above all else, if you are feeling ill, DO NOT come to the Bridge Center. Stay home!
All participants must show proof to a Unit 360 official that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
This is a "one time" requirement.
Bridge Center participants who previously signed a "Certification of Vaccination Status" form (or showed their "COVID Vaccination Record Card" to a Bridge Center official) will NOT need to do so again.
In addition to proof of vaccination, each new participant must ensure that Unit 360 has valid, up-to-date contact information. Club Owners or other Unit 360 officials will document the vaccination status and contact information, and furnish this information to the vaccination database. In the event someone requests and is granted an exemption from the vaccination requirement for valid medical reasons, that will be appropriately documented. In addition, those participants granted a medical exemption must wear a properly fitting facial mask, covering both mouth and nose, at all times while in the Bridge Center.
NOTE: At times you may be at a table at which your opponents request that you wear a facial covering even though you have been vaccinated. Please comply. Masks are available at the Directors' desk if you do not have one.
All participants agree to practice sound personal hygiene, including, but not limited to, frequent washing of hands and use of hand sanitizer.
Coffee may be brewed, served and consumed in the Bridge Center. Additionally, communal food may be shared among participants in the Bridge Center, subject to the following:
Do's for bringing in member-provided food:
- DO bring in individually packaged foods such as chips, nuts, veggies, breakfast and candy bars.
- DO bring in and share food that can be served individually using tongs or spatula, such as single-layer cake, cookies, bar cookies, doughnut holes or doughnuts and wrapped candies.
- DO bring in food requiring serving from a bowl or other open container, such as salads, custards, souos or Jell-O, but ONLY if proper serving utensils such as spoons or ladles are provided.
Don'ts for bringing in member-provided food:
- DON'T bring in and share any "finger food". Examples include, but are not limited to, "bulk" popcorn, loose chips or unwrapped candy.
All participants must abide by any additional rules and restrictions as may be required by Club Owners and/or Directors.
We look forward to continuing to see you for face-to-face (F2F) play at the Bridge Center. Thank you in advance for your co-operation in continuing to make the Bridge Center a safe, fun place to play Bridge!
Unit 360 Board of Directors