Update on Following the current COVID-19 Guidelines
As many of you already are aware, on February 12, 2021, Multnomah County’s COVID risk will be downgraded from “Extreme” to the “High” risk category. That’s still not great, but it does feel like good news and a small ray of hope.
What does this mean in terms of what we all can and can’t do? The move from “extreme” to “high” risk categories means:
- Indoor recreation and entertainment is allowed at limited capacity
- In-person meetings and work is allowed if necessary
- Indoor dining is allowed at limited capacity
As through most of the pandemic, we are currently open by appointment for meetings and photo/video shoots, and now we can also host limited-sized social gatherings. If you need to meet with a client or small group in person, we would love to host you in our private, controlled environment. Contact us here for scheduling and check our site for event space and conference room rates.
We continue to work with clients on a case-by-case basis depending on the details of your needs and do our best to accommodate requests as safely as possible.
We also anticipate that most people in most circumstances will continue to meet and attend events online for the foreseeable future. Our own programs continue to be virtual and you can find out more about them here. For those wanting to put on their own online events and programs, we provide access to quality web cams, microphones, lighting, and other equipment, as well as online event management services. Contact us directly for a custom quote.
Please stay safe as we (hopefully) are seeing the beginning of the end of this pandemic. We truly miss all of our clients and wonderful community and hope to see you again soon.