In these challenging times, we need to make sure we are doing all we can to keep ourselves and our neighbors safe. Scientists tell us we could be infected with the coronavirus for up to two weeks before presenting symptoms–but in that period we could spread the virus to others. Social distancing is vitally important to keep from transmitting the coronavirus, when it’s unknown whether we harbor the virus or not.
In the recent beautiful spring days, Crispus Attucks Park has been packed with people. We need to do a better job of preventing possible virus transmission. Let’s follow the advice of public health experts:
Other states (and other countries) have completely banned group activities outdoors. Please help us enforce these guidelines if you see anyone who may need a reminder. Two ways to keep the conversation positive and effective are:
If our community is unable to self regulate during this time, we will be forced to close the park. The CADC board will convene to make its decision later this week.