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COVID-19 Guidelines

As COVID-19 guidelines change, we will modify our plans accordingly. 

Changes Taking Effect February 16, 2022: This guidance will return to thresholds of 1,000 attendees for Indoor Mega Events, and only unvaccinated persons are required to mask in all Indoor Public Settings.  Fully vaccinated individuals are recommended to continue indoor masking when the risk may be high. Should conditions change, it may be necessary to alter these plans.

California officials announced that beginning December 15, 2021, all people must wear masks in public settings in California, regardless of vaccination status. The state will require people attending mega-events (attended by 500 or more)  that don’t require COVID-19 vaccination, to show proof of a negative test taken within one day for an antigen test, and within two days for a PCR test. Previously, the window was 72 hours. This mandate will be in place until February 15, 2022 and at that point, officials will make further recommendations as needed in response to the pandemic.

The health, safety and security of our guests remains our highest priority. By attending Ag One events, guests must follow the current California Department of Public Health guidelines. For indoor mega events, you must present proof upon entry that you meet the vaccination or testing requirements detailed below. 

 

PROOF OF VACCINATION (Must also provide ID with name and picture)

Proof of full vaccination, showing that you received, more than two weeks prior to the event, either:

  • The second dose of a two-dose vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) or a dose of the single-dose vaccine (Johnson and Johnson/Janssen).
  • Children 5 and older with need proof of vaccination or a negative covid test taken within two days* of the event.

The following are acceptable forms of proof of full vaccination:

  • CDC-provided white vaccination card or WHO-provided yellow vaccination card
  • OR a photo of attendee’s vaccination card as a separate document;
  • OR a photo of attendee’s vaccine card stored on attendee’s mobile device or electronic device;
  • OR documentation of the attendee’s full vaccination status against COVID-19 from a healthcare provider (on a mobile app, paper document, digital wallet card).

Vaccination records must clearly show the name of the vaccinated attendee, type of COVID-19 vaccine administered, and date(s) of each dose administered.  

 

PROOF OF NEGATIVE TEST (Must also provide ID with picture and name)

Proof of negative result from either a PCR or antigen COVID-19 viral test, taken within two days* of the event that shows name, date of test and negative result must be shown prior to entry into the venue. The following are acceptable as proof of a negative COVID-19 viral test result:

  • A printed document (from the test provider or laboratory) showing test result
  • OR an electronic test result (email, text message, or mobile application record) displayed on attendee’s phone or mobile device.
  • Children ages 2 to 4 will need to have proof of a negative covid test.
  • Children 5 and older with need proof of vaccination or a negative covid test taken within two days* of the event.  

Test results must clearly show the name of the tested attendee, type of test performed, date of the test, and the negative test result.

* within one day for an antigen test, and within two days for a PCR test; previously, the window was 72 hours.

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