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Life can finally return to some semblance of normal rhythm. Since the beginning of August, the Quebec government has authorized the presence of 250 people for events in public places.
This means that organizers can start planning music and dance shows, sports competitions, conferences, and more. But in the current context, we must ensure that a plethora of security measures are taken into account. No one wants to be the cause of a new outbreak of coronavirus.
How do you prepare for an event in times of COVID-19? What are the criteria to keep in mind when organizing an event? What are the tools available to us to organize an event in times of pandemic?
At Tribu, events are our first love. That’s why we turned to our production manager Pascale Beauregard, who is already working on our next big moves, with everyone’s safety as our top priority.
“250 people is a lot of human management, which is very hard despite the standards. As soon as people arrive at the box office, you have to accompany them and be very clear about the rules to follow.’’
Here are some things to keep in mind during your event for social distancing to be respected and for your participants to feel safe :