Covid-19 Mitigation Plan

COVID-19 Mitigation Plan for the Tali Frosty Foot Race
Tali Recreational Area
Nantahala National Forest
Almond, NC
January 15, 2022
(Weather delay date: January 22, 2022)

Life Wide Open will conduct the Tali Frosty Foot race in accordance with all
applicable local, state, and federal quidelines and restrictions.

This includes:
1. Notifying the Swain County Health Department of the event, requesting
their quidance and receiving their permission for conducting the event.
2.Reviewing/monitoring state/federal guidelines for conducting the event.

Participants will be strongly encouraged to not attend if they are exhibiting any systems of any communicable disease (like COVID-19) or might be contagious.

Onsite mitigation actions include:
1. Encouraging participants to maintain social distance
2. Providing face masks at check in, aid stations, and the finish line
3. Encouraging participants to wear face masks if in a group setting
4. Utilizing electronic waivers, maps, and digital event info as much as possible to reduce onsite contact
5. Encouraging participants to not encroach in another person's social distance space without their permission
6. Encouraging participants to minimize touching public surfaces
7. Encouraging participants to not place personal items on public surfaces
8. Utilizing single serving containers as much as possible at aid stations
9. Providing hand sanitizer at check-in, aid stations, and the finish line
10. Sanitizing wipes will be used as needed to help keep public surfaces in aid stations clean
11. Providing hand washing stations at the portable toilet locations
12. Providing multiple trash receptacles to minimize trash handling/littering

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