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Health & Safety Protocols

Any questions can be directed to info@renolittletheater.org

Reno Little Theater utilizes information from the Centers for Disease Control to determine best practices for health & safety. Their recently updated guidance states:

 

The updated Respiratory Virus Guidance recommends that people stay home and away from others until at least 24 hours after both their symptoms are getting better overall, and they have not had a fever (and are not using fever-reducing medication). Note that depending on the length of symptoms, this period could be shorter, the same, or longer than the previous guidance for COVID-19.
 

It is important to note that the guidance doesn’t end with staying home and away from others when sick. The guidance encourages added precaution over the next five days after time at home, away from others, is over. Since some people remain contagious beyond the “stay-at-home” period, a period of added precaution using prevention strategies, such as:
 

  • Taking more steps for cleaner air;

  • Enhancing hygiene practices;

  • Wearing a well-fitting mask;

  • Keeping a distance from others; and/or

  • Getting tested for respiratory viruses can lower the chance of spreading respiratory viruses to others.

Reno Little Theater also asks that patrons and artists who have known exposure to respiratory illness take prevention to help protect our artists and audience members including wearing masks and/or refraining from attending the theater if they become symptomatic. Finally, we ask that all persons have been fever-free for at least 24 hrs before entering. 

Thank you! 

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