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Event Safety Alliance Canada, April 22, 2020 - Newsletter
I've started writing this message many times. Each time, I paused, hoping I would have good news to share about the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. Not yet.
We’re all feeling overwhelmed and worried about our family, friends and colleagues, as well as income and how we're going to keep afloat.
On the upside, so many people are rising to the occasion with kindness and generosity. Whether it's supporting our health care and essential workers, getting groceries for neighbours, checking on seniors or home schooling children, we're all finding ways to step up. As much as we miss our live events, we're all appreciating the arts and entertainment more than ever.
I'm using four words to guide my days: Cope, Help, Work, Learn, and I'm sharing info I've found helpful. I'd love to hear your ideas too.
In response to our top questions: When will it be over? and What can I do?, the Event Safety Alliance Guide to Reopening Venues is under development. If you have suggestions of steps to take, or concerns to consider, please email me and I'll add them to the mix.
For now, stay home, stay safe and follow directions from your local public health experts.
Chair, Event Safety Alliance Canada
In this issue:
• COVID-19 - Daily Living Guidance
• COVID-19 - Future Guidance
• Health & Safety
• ESAC Conference Update
• Just for Fun
• Thank you to all of our ESAC sponsors!
Read the complete Newsletter here.
Share your views to help nourish the Event Safety Alliance Guide to Reopening Venues: firstname.lastname@example.org
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