On COVID-19 – Our safeguards to ensure safe shooting

Hi Archery Family

We have been closely monitoring the situation in Boston and surrounding areas around the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) since January, and have been actively developing a plan.

To date, there is no evidence that any of our students or staff have contracted COVID-19. Each day staff will begin with a thorough sanitizing/cleaning of the store and range and that process will be continuous throughout the day. We will post the date and time of the last sanitization.

BEFORE COMING TO THE RANGE

  • If you or anyone you have been near has been in contact with a traveler arriving to the United States after leaving a country with Level 3 travel health notice related to COVID-19 in the past 14 days do not come to the range.
    Please check your temperature with a thermometer twice a day and watch for a fever. A fever is a temperature 100.4°F/38°C or higher. If you have a fever do not come to the range.
    If you have a cough, trouble breathing, shortness of breath do not come to the range.
    Take everyday precautions to keep space between yourself and others before during and after your time at the range.

 

HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT COVID-19?

Visit the Massachusetts Department of Public Health website on COVID-19

  • We all have personal responsibility to take care of ourselves and others, to protect ourselves and our loved ones.
    All higher risk individuals should avoid large gatherings, limit time in public areas and do not congregate in groups. Higher risk individuals include older adults, anyone with underlying health conditions, such as heart or lung disease or diabetes, anyone with weakened immune systems, and anyone who is pregnant.
    All are urged to practice social distancing (approximately six feet away from other people) whenever possible and to continue to wash hands, utilize hand sanitizer and covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your inner elbow
    Residents should take measures to limit interactions with persons who are at higher risk for COVID-19, this includes older adults, anyone with underlying health conditions, such as heart or lung disease or diabetes, anyone with weakened immune systems, and anyone who is pregnant.
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