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Don't forget to test yourself for COVID-19 before attending any wedding events! See the FAQ page for more info on COVID-19 protections.
Don't forget to test yourself for COVID-19 before attending any wedding events! See the FAQ page for more info on COVID-19 protections.
July 3, 2022
Boulder, CO
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Do I have to test negative for COVID-19 before attending any wedding events?

Answer

Yes. If traveling to Colorado, we recommend taking a test the day of your travel, before leaving home. Regardless, please test before attending each wedding event, including the Welcome Party, Wedding, and Brunch.

Question

When do I have to take the test?

Answer

Please take the test immediately before attending each wedding event. At-home rapid tests are okay. If taking a rapid PCR administered in a testing site, please ensure that your test and negative result can take place on the same day that you plan to attend a wedding event.

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What type of test do I need to take?

Answer

You may take an at-home rapid test (available at most retail pharmacies) or a rapid PCR test administered at a testing site ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT YOU ARE ATTENDING. If using a testing site, please ensure that you will be able to take the test AND receive the result on the same day as the wedding event you will be attending.

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If I don't feel well or I have a sore throat, but I am testing negative, can I still come?

Answer

Unfortunately, no. If you are symptomatic at all, please do not attend any events. Because new variants of COVID-19 are not detectable on tests for longer periods of time than previous variants, you cannot trust that a negative COVID test means that you do not have COVID.

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Do I have to wear a mask on the shuttle or at the wedding?

Answer

No, but feel free to do so if you would feel more comfortable! No judgment here. On May 26, Boulder County and the Denver Metro Area community COVID-19 level shifted to HIGH, per CDC guidelines. The move from the medium to high COVID-19 community level indicates that the risk of COVID infection is significant in our community. As a result, everyone should practice enhanced prevention measures and be aware of their own risk factors for contracting the disease, including use of masks during indoor events. Outdoor events: Welcome party, wedding ceremony and cocktail hour, farewell brunch Indoor events: Shuttles to the wedding, wedding reception, rehearsal dinner (for immediate family and wedding party)

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I recently got a COVID vaccine or booster, OR I recently had COVID. Do I still have to test?

Answer

Yes, testing is still important. If you recently had COVID, please see the question below for further details.

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I've had COVID in the last couple of weeks and feel better, but am still testing positive. Can I come?

Answer

If you are still testing positive, please do not come.

Question

I have been recently exposed to COVID but am testing negative. Can I come?

Answer

If it has been 5 days or less since your exposure, please do not come regardless of your test result. If it has been more than 5 days since your exposure, you may come if you are asymptomatic AND testing negative. PLEASE WEAR A MASK WHEN NOT EATING OR DRINKING.

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How do you define "exposure?"

Answer

The CDC defines exposure as being a "close contact" of someone with COVID-19, as follows: A close contact is someone who was less than 6 feet away from an infected person for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period. For example, three individual 5-minute exposures for a total of 15 minutes within one day would mean you are exposed. If you have completed at least 5 days of isolation after being exposed, and are asymptomatic AND testing negative, please feel free to come but wear a mask when not eating or drinking.

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I have another question. Who do I ask?

Answer

For questions not addressed here, please email Liz Gipson, Master of Public Health: lizgipson@gmail.com

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