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Coronavirus Tracker: How COVID-19 Has Threatened the Ski Season

Oct. 1, 2020

Current updates on association response to the global COVID-19 crisis, along with a roundup of conference, travel and business news and information.

Safety on the Slopes
With the 2020 ski season expected to start in November in some parts of the country, the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) recently developed “Ski Well, Be Well”—a set of best practices for winter operations that is designed to help advocate to local officials for reopening and to set the foundation for ski area operating plans.

“The ski industry is focused on a return to skiing and riding that demonstrates the high value our industry places on the health and safety of our guests, staff, and communities,” Adrienne Saia Isaac, NSAA’s director of marketing and communications, told the Aspen Daily News. “Skiers and riders nationwide can expect to see requirements for face coverings, physical distancing protocols like line markers or one-way traffic flows and enhanced cleaning and disinfection, especially in high-touch areas.”

Please select this link to read the complete article from Associations Now.

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