HEALTH NOTICE FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS
Please share this notice with all members of your family or any other group you are organizing.

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While at the vigil sites outside Southwestern and Planned Parenthood abortion facilities, please:

 
  • Wear a mask and maintain social distancing (6 ft) from other prayer volunteers who are not from your own household at all times.
 
  • Avoid sharing items with other persons at the vigil. Disinfect hands after interaction with other individuals or items at the event. Clean and sanitize any items before and after use. (It is recommended to bring your own sanitizer; a supply will be available in the vigil box on a first-come, first-served basis).
 
  • Individuals may not be in a group larger than 10 individuals (including those within the same household). Within these groups, minimize in-person contact with others not in your household, including maintaining 6 feet of separation. 
 
  • If you are ill or have a fever (equal to or greater than 100° F), please do not come to the vigil site.
 
  • If at any time at the vigil, you feel unsafe, please leave immediately. In case of emergency, call 911 and then contact Campaign Director Susan Platt at 214-392-7545.
 
If you or someone to whom you have been exposed has tested positive for or experienced symptoms of COVID-19 (listed here) within the last 14 days, please join us in prayer from home and do not come to the vigil sites.
 
If you or someone in your home is pregnant, an older adult, or have pre-existing health conditions, it is recommended that you participate by praying from home (see notice below).
 
Government Health Notice: The virus that causes COVID-19 can be spread to others by infected persons who have few or no symptoms. Even if an infected person is only mildly ill, the people they spread it to may become seriously ill or even die, especially if that person is 65 or older, or any age with pre-existing health conditions that place them at higher risk. The virus that causes COVID-19 is still circulating in our communities. We should continue to observe practices that protect everyone, including those who are most vulnerable.