CENTRO DE ADORACION VIDA NUEVA (CAVN)
Purpose of this Document
To provide clarity on recovery efforts for CAVN operations, church services, facility, and staffing changes in response to COVID-19.
This document provides guidance for the following:
- Recovery Timeline and Milestones
- Service & Ministry Changes / Online Strategy
- Social Distancing / Close-Contact
- Facility Changes / Sanitization
- Special Events
*Vulnerable members: Over the age of 65 or immune-system compromised.
Anyone who is sick or has been exposed to someone that is sick should participate on online services as per the CDC and follow the appropriate quarantine guidelines.
Social Distancing / Close-Contact
The CDC strongly recommend that we keep social distancing (a 6’ buffer between people) at all times throughout Phase 1, which may be relaxed in later phases. For those conducting services during Phases 1-2, social distancing needs to be adhered to.
Following Phase 3, the return to services will likely result in a mass flood of members wishing to return to see those they’ve been apart from over the last few months. There will be a desire for people to come in close contact with one another, which should be avoided temporarily in Phase 3, and for our staff and congregation to be cautious of even into Phase 4.
Recovery Timeline and Milestones
CAVN recovery timetables are predicated on the Phase requirements set forth by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Massachusetts local government. While some CAVN programs will continue during all phases, they may have different expressions (online vs in-person group gatherings) depending on the Phase Milestone we’re currently under.