COVID-19 safety policy June 3, 2021
We have re-evaluated our COVID policies in regard to capacity limits, social distancing and mask wearing to keep in line with current recommendations from the CDC and MDH. Please refer to staysafe.mn.gov to review these policies.
After reviewing the recommendations from the CDC and MDH, we have decided to drop all remaining restrictions effective June 3, 2021. Masks will not be required but still encouraged for those who remain unvaccinated. We are excited to be able to end all COVID policies we put in place to help our business and families stay safe during these past several months. We appreciate that there are varying opinions and feelings on these topics, and will continue to evaluate and adjust as we learn more.
If NOT fully vaccinated
All visitors and athletes who have NOT been fully vaccinated, are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to continue wearing a face covering
Gleason's employees who are not fully vaccinated should wear a face covering
Athletes can choose to keep their mask on, remove it for a turn, or remove it entirely.
REMEMBER: If you or anyone in your family is ill, please notify us and STAY HOME.
We still have a responsibility to stop the spread of the corona virus to unvaccinated children and adults.
If you are sick or test positive for COVID-19
If you test positive for COVID-19 (whether or not you have been vaccinated), stay home and away from others, even if you do not have symptoms.
Symptoms may appear up to 14 days after you are close to someone with COVID-19 (exposed).
You can spread COVID-19 to others several days before you have any symptoms, or even if you never have symptoms of COVID-19.
People who have recovered from COVID-19 may still have low levels of the virus in their bodies, which may provide some protection against COVID-19 for at least three months. After those first three months, your chance of getting COVID-19 again increases, especially with new variants circulating. Variants may be too different from your initial infection and your natural immunity may not be able to protect you as well from the variants. The safest course of action is to get vaccinated!