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While all government restrictions on events and gatherings have ended, studios are private property; operators and artists have the right to set guest requirements, as well as the right to refuse entry to any guests who do not follow those requirements. Attendees who do not comply with requirements (if any) of individual studios may be refused entry into said studios.
We strongly encourage attendees to be up to date on their COVID vaccinations and to consider wearing a mask indoors to protect themselves, artists, staff and volunteers during the festival. While masks are no longer required in indoor public spaces, artists and studio buildings can choose to require masks on their premises. We kindly ask that attendees follow all respective artists/studio safety guidelines (if any) and be respectful and kind as you consider others' situations and comfort levels.
Attendees should stay at home if they feel unwell or have any symptoms such as fever, chills, new or worsening cough, shortness of breath, new muscle aches or headache, sore throat.
Attendees should practice good health hygiene (hand sanitizer or wash sinks should be available at most studios, but we also encourage attendees to bring their own hand sanitizer.
Some studios may be creating one-way traffic direction throughout buildings and studios. It is expected that all attendees will comply with traffic direction as stated by artists/studios.
Some studios may be setting capacity limits – these limits will be indicated on artist/building profiles on the Crawl website, as well in person at these sites.
The public is encouraged to utilize contactless methods of payment, where possible – attendees should come prepared.