Unity of Boulder Response to Covid-19

Unity of Boulder Response to Covid-19

CITY OF BOULDER / State of Colorado
Level 2 ~ Concern
as of April 1st

Houses of worship may operate at 50% of the posted
occupancy limit indoors not to exceed 100 people excluding staff,
whichever is less.  For seated events, the usable
space may be calculated using 6 feet distancing between non-household
contacts, not to exceed 100 individuals.

Children’s Day Camps, Residential Camps, Youth Sports Day Camps
and Exempt Single Skill-Building Youth Camps may be conducted with
no more than 10 participants outdoors only.

All in person groups must be 10 people or smaller or conducted via ZOOM/Online group meeting.

Public and private group gatherings are limited to no more than10 individuals from no more than 2 households.

Masks must be worn in public and inside buildings at all times.

This Health Order was a result of 5 straight days of 98+ new cases in Boulder over the last week.

We are happy to report there have been no new cases of COVID at Unity of Boulder. We will continue to take your temperature at the main entrance as you arrive and children are asked to enter through the rear of the building so as not to ‘cross-pollinate’ with our elder, more vulnerable community members.

We will be seating people on a first come first serve basis in our Sanctuary.

If you are not feeling 100% well or are not comfortable attending our Service in person, please stay home and tune into our Services live on at unityofboulder.com/streaming-2 .

Thank you for being a part of our Unity of Boulder Community.