The waves of COVID-19 surges and variants are quite frustrating to us all. Just when it looks like we can start returning to normal, we’re back to uncertainty, making it hard to plan for big events.
But after nearly two years of the pandemic, we do have an overall idea of how to minimize the risks of coronavirus infections. And there are ways to help your guests feel more comfortable and reassured.
Indeed, as we enter year three of the coronavirus, it seems everyone is eager to resume at least a semblance of our old way of life, in
Category: Event Tips
The good news for 2022 is that, even with the omicron variant rearing its ugly head, we’re still light-years away from where we were in February of 2020. We now have the vaccines, and effective treatments, and a pent-up tidal wave of people desperate to get back to normal.
The bad news is that some are still reluctant to travel to large events. So it’s up to those planning such events to put people’s minds at ease. This could mean offering on-site testing, advanced air-filtration systems, specialized cleaning crews, flexible cancellation policies, and so on, to ensure the health