Coronavirus Covid-19 Update
We received PCA National direction about their requirements around events from our PCA President, Tom Gorsuch. He addressed three areas.
|First is a requirement that each of us attending a PCA managed event, complete a Communicable Disease Waiver (CDW) (updated June 25, 2020) . This waiver is effective from signing until May 26, 2021. Our CWI Board is looking at what system we use to ensure forms are completed and filed. The second area gives us Guidelines for PCA Officers and Event Organizers. The final area gives Member Safety Guidelines. Please take time to read the documents as they will influence how our events will be held. If you have any questions or concerns please contact one of our Board Members.|
Copy from https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/travel.htm
COVID-19 is still spreading across our Wisconsin communities. Staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others from getting sick. We recommend Wisconsinites cancel or postpone all travel, including travel within the state. Everyone should reduce their contact with others by staying home when possible, practicing physical distancing, and being alert for symptoms of COVID-19.
We also want you to know that:
- Both international (overseas) and U.S. travel is risky.
- The spread of COVID-19 can change quickly, including in areas of your travel destinations.
- COVID-19 case patients and close contacts are prohibited from using public transportation (e.g., airplane, bus, ship, shuttle) during their isolation or quarantine periods.
- If you must travel, you should prepare for:
- Changing travel restrictions.
- Staying in-place if you get sick, which could mean isolating or quarantining at your travel destination, thereby postponing your return.
- Planning for the impact of being away from your home for an extended period of time if you are required to isolate or quarantine in-place.
- Some cities and counties in Wisconsin may require you stay at home, or self-quarantine for 14 days after your travel.