COVID Updates & Safety Protocols

Monday, December 7

The Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego County takes the safety of our community very seriously. At this time, all drive-through Gingerbread City activities remain on schedule to take place outdoors in a safe, socially distant manner on Saturday, December 12th as previously planned.

Please be assured that our event team has been in dialogue with our venue partners at Liberty Station and monitoring all local developments related to the State of California’s new, modified coronavirus restrictions.

We are taking actions to ensure a safe environment for staff, artists and attendees to enjoy the holiday season from the comfort of their personal vehicle. If circumstances change throughout the week, we will immediately communicate updates through email, Facebook, and our website.

 

COVID Safety Protocols:

The Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego County will be implementing strong safety measures to allow for a safe, socially distant Gingerbread City 2020 in the COVID-19 environment.

Social distancing: All people within the venue need to leave space between themselves and others. Volunteers, staff and artists will be instructed to stay at least 6 feet apart whenever possible.

Hygiene: Hand sanitizer, visible hand washing stations and disinfectant wipes will be readily available around the event venues.

Face coverings: Staff and volunteers are required to wear masks or face coverings properly at all times around the event venue. Attendees will be encouraged to wear face coverings when car windows or doors are open for any reason. Disposable gloves will also be encouraged and provided for staff. VIDEO here. – Proper use of face coverings World Health Organization (WHO).

Screening: We will be temperature screening all event staff and volunteers. Individuals with a body temperature greater than 100.4° Fahrenheit, or 38° Celsius, will be sent home.

Thank you in advance for your support and cooperation to ensure we can all have a safe and fun Gingerbread City experience. For more information about COVID-19 public safety and best practices, visit www.coronavirus-sd.com.