Arts & Culture: Design Guidelines for Infection Control

Community spaces across the country, such as religious facilities, museums, and performing arts centers, have closed for the foreseeable future to help keep their communities safe from the spread of COVID-19. Due to their nature these spaces typically host large groups of people. To help mitigate the spread of infection and ensure communities are able to safely gather once the doors reopen, new social distancing and infection control strategies are necessary.

View the PDF below to read the arts & culture design guidelines for infection control.

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Written By
Andrea Mulvany

Venue Sector Operations Director | Principal


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