Center for Arts in Medicine

Creating Healthy Communities 2022 Convening

COVID-19 Risk and Mitigation

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COVID-19 Policies for Assessing and Mitigating Risk

The health and well-being of our attendees, presenters, and the Orlando community is our top priority.

We believe that a core tenet of public health is collective action for the common good, and we encourage attendees to take steps to protect the most vulnerable among us. 

Convening Coordinator Aly Maier Lokuta has completed the WHO COVID-19 Mass Gatherings Risk Assessment Training and will be actively monitoring, assessing, and mitigating risk for the spread of COVID-19 at this event.

COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies will include but not be limited to:

  • All attendees and presenters are encouraged to be vaccinated and boosted for COVID-19 and the omicron variants. 
  • Participants and staff are encouraged to wear masks indoors.
  • Socially distanced seating will be available in Steinmetz Hall.
  • Outdoor areas will be available for meals provided during the convening.

Our latest Risk and Mitigation Assessment ranks the risk of this event as VERY LOW according to the WHO Risk Matrix.

We will monitor and adapt to the latest guidance as the event approaches and communicate if these guidelines change.

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