Indoor/Outdoor Entertainment Facilities

 **All businesses should refer to the Oregon Health Authority for complete guidance ** 

Phase 2: Indoor/Outdoor Entertainment Facilities (Bowling, Pool, Arcade, Axe Throwing, Jet Boats, Batting Cages, Mini Golf)

Physical Distancing
  • Use clear signs to encourage physical distancing.
  • Limit parties to 10 people or fewer. Members of the same party can participate in activities together, stand in line together, etc. and do not have to stay six (6) feet apart. 
  • Do not combine parties or allow shared seating for individuals not in the same party.
  • Keep areas that are prone to attracting crowds closed. Prohibit combined parties from congregating in any area of the facility, both indoor and outdoor, including in parking lots.
  • Limit the gathering capacity to a maximum of 250 people or the number of people, including staff, based on a determination of capacity, whichever is less.
  • Determine maximum occupancy of each indoor and outdoor area (35 sq ft recommended), and limit number of individuals on the premises accordingly.
  • Set-up seating, common areas and/or game configuration to comply with the requirement of at least six (6) feet of physical distance between people not in the same party.
  • Prohibit contact sports.

Do not operate, if unable to maintain at least six (6) feet of distance as required.

Prevention Practices
  • End all facility activities by 10 p.m.
  • Encourage reservations or advise people to call in advance to confirm facility capacity.
  • Strongly encourage all visitors to wear a mask, face shield, or face covering.
  • Prohibit operation and use of all sandboxes.
  • Keep drop-in childcare closed
  • Require all employees to wear a face covering, unless an accommodation or other exemption applies
  • Train all employees on cleaning operations and best hygiene practices
Monitoring for Symptoms
  • Post clear signs listing COVID-19 symptoms
  • Prohibit workers with any of the COVID-19 symptoms from working or entering premises
  • Prohibit visitors with any of the symptoms associated with the COVID-19 virus from entering the premises
  • Require employees to practice healthy hygiene to reduce the spread of COVID-19

 

Benton County Back to Business Guide

Oregon Health Authority Sector-specific Guidance

 

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