DIRTYBIRD [Records, the CampINN presenter] is aware of the case rates and is proceeding in the safest way possible as a result. One thing that ensures safety at CampINN is its "once you're INN, you're in" policy. Once on site, there are no in-and-outs; you're there for the full weekend and are required to stay onsite in one of the hotel rooms. Capacity has also been reduced at the hotel. Avanti Palms is also a certified "Covid Clean" resort. In order to get into the event, you must pass both a temperature check and take a rapid test at the door (the rapid test can only be bypassed if you have a valid vaccination card). Masks are strictly enforced inside, and encouraged outside while social distancing will be enforced everywhere. So as you can see, the festival itself will be an extremely contained bubble with no outsiders through the weekend (the only guests will be festival attendees who've passed the temperature and rapid test checks). This sort of "bubble" event has worked to success in the past, as seen with Elements Festival in New York which had zero new cases reported.
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