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Health and Safety Protocols
New Requirement: Effective March 10, 2021
In addition to guidelines set forth below in the Health and Safety Protocols, the rapidly increasing availability of vaccines and testing options have led us to adopt a new requirement:
Effective March 10, 2021, travelers on any Sports Leisure Vacations departure must show proof of one of the following:
Having received at least the first dose of a two-dose COVID vaccine at least 7 days prior to the departure; OR the negative results of a COVID test taken no more than 5 days prior to the departure. The Assumption of Risk and Waiver of Liability Agreement signed by each traveler will continue to be required as well.
If you have any questions or concerns kindly communicate with Mark Hoffmann or Clayton Whitehead during regular office hours. Thank you for your understanding and support!
Health and Safety Protocols: Effective August 13, 2020
Updated: April 14, 2021
All travelers and staff are required to sign the Assumption of Risk and Waiver of Liability Agreement. Please be prepared to return the form to the Tour Director at the start of the first day of travel of any tour. You cannot join the tour until this form is presented to the Tour Director.
All travelers and staff must show proof of one of the following: Having received at least the first dose of a two-dose COVID vaccine at least 7 days prior to the departure; OR the negative results of a COVID test taken no more than 5 days prior to the departure.
A mask covering the nose and mouth must be worn by each traveler whenever the group is gathered – on the motorcoach, inside or outside – unless you are eating or drinking. Masks with ventilators, neck gaiters or bandanas are not acceptable. Face shields may be worn, but still require a mask.
Solo travelers will be assigned a seat pair to themselves. Couples will be asked to sit together. Friends traveling with friends may choose either option.
Infared temperatures will be taken at the start of the trip, and at the end of the day (after day one). Those with a temperature higher than 100.6 degrees will be assisted in seeking medical attention and will not be allowed to travel further with the group.
Hand sanitation is required each time you board the motorcoach. Supplies will be provided or you may use your own in the presence of tour staff.
The Tour Director will frequently wipe down common high-touch surfaces on the motorcoach for your protection. An effort will be made to refresh the interior air at stops whenever possible.
Refreshments served onboard will necessarily be limited to prepackaged/bottled single-serving items.
*In this ever-changing climate these protocols could require adjustment. Your Tour Director will advise you of any changes or additions. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.