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행사 계획 및 COVID-19: 질문 및 답변

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계획 및 대비

콘서트 및 스포츠 행사와 같은 대규모 모임 및 대규모 지역사회 행사를 위한 비상 계획을 수립함으로써 주최측 직원과 행사 참가자 및 지역사회 구성원의 건강을 보호할 수 있습니다. 이러한 계획에는 다음 내용이 포함되어야 합니다.

  • 직원과 참석자에게 아프면 집에 머물도록 권장합니다.
  • 참가자를 위해 유연한 환불 정책을 만듭니다.
  • 참가자 및 직원에게 세균 확산 방지에 도움이 되는 물품을 제공합니다.
  • 지역 공중보건 담당자와 행사에 대해 상의합니다.

CDC does not have a limit or recommend a specific number of attendees for these types of events and instead encourages event organizers to focus on ways to limit people’s contact with each other. Each event organizer will need to determine the appropriate number for their setting in collaboration with local health officials. They should also check state, county, and city rules regarding any current restrictions limiting the number of attendees at events.

In general, the number that is chosen should allow individuals to remain at least 6 feet apart from each other. Rather than focusing on an ideal number, event organizers and administrators should focus on the ability to reduce and limit contact between attendees, staff, and others. In general, the more people you interact with, the more closely you interact with them, and the longer that interaction, the higher your risk of getting and spreading COVID-19. Indoor spaces are more risky than outdoor spaces because indoors, it can be harder to keep people at least 6 feet apart and the ventilation is not as good as it is outdoors.

Yes. CDC recommends several strategies for this. For instance, organizers can:

  • Limit attendance or seating capacity to allow for social distancing, or host smaller events in larger rooms.
  • 사람들이 6피트 이상 거리를 유지할 수 있도록 좌석 줄이나 칸을 막아둡니다.
  • 출입구를 여러 개 사용하고 대기 장소의 혼잡을 방지합니다.
  • Eliminate lines or queues if possible or encourage people to stay at least 6 feet apart by providing signs or other visual cues such as tape or chalk marks.
  • Provide physical guides, such as tape on floors or sidewalks and signs on walls, to ensure that individuals remain at least 6 feet apart in lines and at other times (such as guides for creating one-way routes).
  • 가급적 사회적 거리두기가 유지될 수 있는 실외 활동에 우선순위를 둡니다.
  • 직접 참석뿐 아니라 온라인 참석 옵션을 제공하여 참석자 수를 줄입니다.
  • 사회적 거리두기를 위해 화장실 동시 사용자 수를 제한합니다.
  • Do not allow lines or crowds to form near the restroom. Take steps to ensure that individuals can stay at least 6 feet apart from each other.

CDC does not recommend testing all attendees and staff before allowing them to enter. Testing all event attendees and staff for COVID-19 before allowing them to enter the venue has not been systematically studied. It is unknown if entry testing at event venues provides any additional reduction in person-to-person transmission of the virus beyond what would be expected with other preventive measures (such as social distancing, wearing cloth face coverings, hand washing, enhanced cleaning and disinfection).

CDC does recommend conducting health checks such as temperature screening and/or symptom checking of staff and attendees safely and respectfully, and in accordance with any applicable privacy laws and regulations.

Yes. CDC recommends that people wear cloth face coverings in public settings and when around people who don’t live in their household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. CDC recommends that organizers require staff to wear cloth face coverings and encourage attendees ahead of events to bring and wear cloth face coverings at the event. Cloth face coverings are most essential when physical distancing is difficult (such as when moving within a crowd or audience). Cloth face coverings are meant to protect other people in case the wearer is unknowingly infected but does not have symptoms. Cloth face coverings are not surgical masks or respirators. They are not personal protective equipment.

Cloth face coverings are strongly encouraged in settings where individuals might raise their voices (such as shouting, chanting, singing). Provide all staff with information on proper use, removal, and washing of cloth face coverings. Advise staff that cloth face coverings should not be placed on:

  • 2세 미만 영유아
  • 호흡에 어려움이 있는 사람
  • 의식이 없거나 무기력하거나 다른 사람의 도움없이는 천 마스크를 벗을 수 없는 사람

직원 및 참석자에게 COVID-19와 같은 호흡계 질환의 전파를 예방할 수 있는 매일의 예방 조치를 실행할 것을 권장하세요. 여기에는 다음 조치가 포함됩니다.

  • 손을 자주 씻습니다.
  • 아픈 사람과 밀접 접촉을 피합니다.
  • 아플 때는 집에 머무릅니다.
  • 기침과 재채기는 휴지로 가리거나 팔꿈치 안쪽으로 막고 합니다.
  • 자주 접촉하는 표면을 닦고 소독합니다.
  • Using a cloth face covering in public, especially when it may be difficult to maintain a distance of at least six feet from other people.

Event staff should use several strategies to maintain healthy environments, including cleaning and disinfection:

  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces within the venue at least daily or between uses as much as possible—for example, door handles, sink handles, drinking fountains, grab bars, hand railings, and cash registers.
  • Clean and disinfect shared objects between uses—for example, payment terminals, tables, countertops, bars, and condiment holders. Consider closing areas such as drinking fountains that cannot be adequately cleaned and disinfected during an event.
  • Develop a schedule for increased, routine cleaning and disinfection. Plan for and enact these cleaning routines when renting event space and ensure that other groups who may use your facilities follow these routines.
  • 직원과 다른 사람들에게 해를 입히지 않도록 세제 및 소독제external icon안전하고 올바르게 사용하고 보관합니다. 각 제품의 라벨에 써 있는 주의사항을 항상 확인하여 준수하고, 어린이의 손이 닿지 않는 곳에 안전하게 보관합니다.
  • Use EPA-approved disinfectants against COVID-19external icon. Cleaning products should not be used near children. Staff should ensure that there is adequate ventilation when using these products to prevent attendees or themselves from inhaling toxic vapors.
  • Use disposable gloves when removing garbage bags or handling and disposing of trash. After using disposable gloves, throw them out in a lined trash can. Do not disinfect or reuse the gloves. Wash hands after removing gloves.
  • 뷔페, 샐러드바, 음료 스테이션 등 셀프서비스 방식으로 식음료를 제공하지 말아야 합니다. 참석자 각각을 위해 포장된 도시락을 준비하는 것이 좋습니다.
  • Ensure that ventilation systems operate properly and increase circulation of outdoor air as much as possible — for example, by opening windows and doors and prioritizing outdoor seating. However, do not open windows and doors if doing so poses a safety or health risk to customers or employees (e.g., risk of falling or triggering asthma symptoms).

지역 공중보건 담당자와 상의해 현재 상황, 행사나 모임의 연기, 취소, 또는 참석자 수의 대폭적인 축소(가능한 경우) 여부를 지속적으로 평가하세요. 대규모 모임이나 행사를 연기하거나 취소 여부를 결정할 때 고려해야 하는 사항은 다음과 같습니다.

  • 전체 참석자 또는 모이는 사람의 수
  • COVID-19로부터 심각한 질환이 발생할 위험이 높은 참석자 수. 여기에는 고령자 및 심장 질환이나 당뇨와 같은 기저질환이 있는 사람이 포함됩니다.
  • 참석자들이 행사에서 서로 얼마나 가까이 접촉하게 되는가
  • 현지 지역사회 및 참석자가 여행할 가능성이 있는 다른 지역사회의 감염 정도
  • 행사를 주최나 참여에 대한 지역사회의 필요 및 감당 능력

행사에서의 COVID-19 확진 사례

If a staff member or attendee becomes sick at your event, separate them from others as soon as possible and until they can go home. Provide them with clean, disposable facemaskspdf iconpdf icon to wear, if available. If not available, provide them with a cloth face covering, which can be improvised if needed from a tee shirt, bandana or other clothing, as well as a tissue or some other way to cover their coughs and sneezes. If needed, contact emergency services for those who need emergency care. Public transportation, shared rides, and taxis should be avoided for sick persons. Be sure to contact local public health officials regarding the possible case of COVID-19 at your event and how to communicate with staff and attendees about possible exposure to the virus. Read more about preventing the spread of COVID-19 if someone is sick.

CDC에는 COVID-19 의심자 또는 확진자가 방문했던 방과 장소의 청소 및 살균에 대한 지침이 있습니다. 환경 청소 및 살균 권장 사항을 참조하세요.

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