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Do you have an idea for a Virtual 4-H Event during COVID-19? Submit a Virtual Event Proposal Plan to email@example.com for approval.
Join us for the next 2020-21 4-H YDP Leader's Council Meeting via Zoom on Monday, November 23, 2020 @ 6:00 pm.
Contact the 4-H Office for Zoom link.
COVID-19 4-H Meeting Guidelines
Modified Stage 2 Guidelines, revised 8/27/2020:
4-H Adult Volunteers may conduct ESSENTIAL 4-H meetings/events/activities OUTDOORS adhering to the following 5 basic protocols:
- Do no participate in any in person 4-H activities if sick or someone you have been in contact with has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
- Maintain six feet distance between people at all times.
- Wear face coverings (cloth or paper masks, cloth bandana, etc) when six feet of separation between people cannot be maintained.
- No group meetings/gatherings/events with more than 10 persons - two deep 4-H adult volunteer policy in place allows for only eight youth or additional people.
- Maintain sanitary practices - frequently clean and disinfect workspaces and equipment, wash hands often, and use hand sanitizer.
In order for a 4-H adult volunteer to conduct ESSENTIAL in-person OUTDOOR meeting following the 5 basic protocols, the 4-H adult volunteer must:
- Read and follow the COVID-19 Phase 2 Information for 4-H Programs and Volunteers – Tulare County
- Read and follow the Awareness of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) note.
- Read and follow the Mitigation Standards Summary for COVID-19 Stage 2 note.
- Use the COVID-19 Phase 2 Safety Protocol Checklist for 4-H Volunteers – Tulare County to ensure that you are prepared to resume in-person 4-H programming or activities.
- Complete the UC ANR COVID-19 Phase 2 Safety Training Survey for 4-H Volunteers – Tulare County and receive notification of approval to conduct in-person 4-H meetings/activities following the COVID-19 Phase 2 Guidelines.
4-H Staff Contact:
4-H Community Coordinator
University of California Cooperative Extension
4437-B S. Laspina St., Tulare, CA 93274