COVID WAIVER

WARNING NOTICE, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, RELEASE, HOLD HARMLESS & WAIVER OF LIABILITY
FOR COVID-19 FOR ADULT VISITATION AT THE SPIRIT 
OF THE SUWANNEE MUSIC PARK
AND ATTENDANCE AT SUWANNEE HULAWEEN FESTIVAL

THIS WAIVER OF LIABILITY CONTAINS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY FOR NEGLIGENCE. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY BEFORE AGREEING.

In order to engage in any activity or to visit the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park® (referred to as the “Park”) or attend the Suwannee Hulaween® Festival (referred to as the “Fesitval”), the Released Parties (defined in the next paragraph) are requiring each guest over the age of 18 must read and agree to this Warning Notice, Assumption of Risk, Release, Hold Harmless & Waiver of Liability (referred to as the “Policy”). This Policy does not include one’s minor children; there is a separate policy that must be agreed to if a guest (including a guest to whom a ticket purchaser provides a ticket) wishes to be accompanied by a minor.

When this Policy refers to the “Released Parties,” it means Cornett’s Spirit of the Suwannee, Inc., James Cornett, Hula Holdings, LLC, each artist performing at the Festival, and their respective parents, subsidiaries, and other affiliated or related companies, and all officers, directors, agents, servants, employees, and all volunteers of each of the foregoing.

I. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

(a)        COVID-19 is a Dangerous Pandemic, and Much Remains Unknown About How COVID-19 Spreads

The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization. When this Policy refers to “COVID-19,” it means the SARS-CoV-2 virus, including all variants and mutations (such as B.1.1.7, B.1.351, and P.1). On March 13, 2020, the President of the United States declared COVID-19 a national emergency.

COVID-19 is reported to be extremely contagious. COVID-19 can be fatal and can lead to serious illness, permanent disability, or both in persons who contract it. The documented risk of adverse health outcomes, including hospitalization and death, for COVID-19 increases with age (particularly in those aged 65 years and older). Regardless of age, the documented risk of adverse health outcome also increases for those with certain preexisting medical conditions (the full list of which can be found at the CDC’s website). Such documented conditions include: cancer; chronic kidney disease; chronic lung diseases (including COPD, asthma, interstitial lung disease, cystic fibrosis, and pulmonary hypertension); dementia or other neurological conditions; type 1 or type 2 diabetes; Down syndrome; heart conditions (such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies, or hypertension); HIV infection; having a weakened immune system; chronic liver disease; being overweight, obesity, or severe obesity (collectively defined as a body mass index of greater than 25 kg/m2); pregnancy and recent pregnancy; sickle cell disease or thalassemia; being a current or former smoker; having had a solid organ or blood stem cell transplant; having cerebrovascular disease (such as having a stroke); or having substance use disorders (such as alcohol, opioid, or cocaine use disorder).

Much remains unknown about COVID-19. While the state of medical knowledge of COVID-19 is evolving, the virus is believed to spread from person-to-person contact, by contact with contaminated surfaces and objects, and by airborne spread. People reportedly can be infected and be contagious while showing no symptoms. The exact methods of spread and contraction are unknown with any certainty and there is no known treatment, cure, or 100% effective vaccine for COVID-19.

(b)       Official Government Guidance is Constantly Evolving and Often Contradictory

Numerous government agencies and entities at the federal and state levels have issued numerous, and sometimes contradictory, orders and policies regarding COVID-19.

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC’) publishes and constantly updates guidance related to COVID-19 on its website, including ever-evolving precautions for the conduct of large events under its Events & Gatherings Policy. As of the April 27, 2021, update, such guidance suggested that all persons avoid large events and gatherings when possible.

Conversely, on May 13, 2021, the CDC issued Guidance for Fully Vaccinated People, in which it stated that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a mask or physically distance in most settings, including attendance at a crowded, outdoor event, like a live performance, parade, or sports event. A person is considered fully vaccinated 14 days after their second dose of a two-
course vaccine or after their only dose of a one-course vaccine.

Florida’s Governor has declared COVID-19 to constitute a public health emergency and has issued a series of Executive Orders regarding that emergency. The most recent order extending the COVID-19 state of emergency, issued on April 27, 2021, extended the order for 60 days. However, on May 3, 2021, Florida’s Governor issued an Executive Order purporting to immediately suspend all local COVID-19  restrictions and mandates  on individuals and businesses. Further, on April 2, 2021, Florida’s Governor issued an Executive Order purporting to prohibit businesses from requiring patrons or customers to provide any documentation certifying COVID-19 vaccination or post-transmissions recovery to gains access to, entry upon, or service from the business.

On April 29, 2021, Florida’s Surgeon General issued a Public Health Advisory rescinding all prior COVID-19 Florida Public Health Advisories, leaving in effect only guidance regarding making vaccines available to all eligible persons.

(c)        Reducing the Risk of Transmission to Zero is Impossible

The Released Parties cannot prevent you from becoming exposed to, contracting, or spreading COVID-19 while you are at the Park or attending the Festival. Especially as government agencies are relaxing orders and policies related to slowing the spread of COVID-19, it is simply not possible to prevent against the presence of the virus. Therefore, if you choose to visit the Park or to attend the Festival: you may be exposing yourself to COVID-19 and increasing your

risk of contracting it, or spreading it to others (perhaps unknowingly if you are an asymptomatic spreader). COVID-19 is highly contagious; can be spread by persons who do not exhibit any symptoms; is invisible; cannot be easily detected in other persons, on surfaces, or in the air; cannot easily be protected against even when following health recommendations on personal protective measures; affects certain persons such as elderly persons and persons with certain underlying health conditions; and that Park staff and another guest may fail to exercise proper care and responsibility for his or her conduct under the circumstances. Any one of these inherent risks can result in serious injury or death to a person, or to the unborn child of a pregnant woman, regardless of the person’s age or medical conditions. Further, one can contract COVID-19, experience no symptoms, and spread the virus to other persons undetected.

(d)       The Released Parties Wish to Do Their Part to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19

The Released Parties do not wish to have a guest come to the Park or attend the Festival if any of the following is true:

(1)       he or she has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and has not been cleared as non-
contagious by the Suwannee County Health Department or the individual’s licensed medical doctor;

(2)       he or she has been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or who is reasonably suspected to have the virus;

(3)       he or she currently, or within the past 14 days, has experienced any of the following symptoms: fever or chills, cough, fatigue, shortness of breath, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of sense of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea; or

(4)       he or she has taken the CDC’s Coronavirus Self-Checker, truthfully responded to the survey, and has been advised to get tested or to self-quarantine.

The Released Parties also do not wish to have a guest come to the Park if he or she is unwilling to follow CDC guidelines on personal hygiene, social distancing, and wearing of an adequate face covering that covers one’s nose and mouth in effect at the time of entry into the Park and during the Festival. If one has purchased a valid ticket for the Festival and is unable to attend for any of the foregoing reasons, then he or she can request a refund or credit of the ticket price from the ticketing company.

(e)        Guests Have a Duty to Self-Monitor for Symptoms

All Park guests and Festival attendees have a duty to self-monitor for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 (see Section I(d)(3)) and to seek medical assessment and treatment if warranted. In addition, any Park guest or Festival attendee who tests positive for COVID-19 or who is diagnosed by a medical professional as having COVID-19 has a duty to promptly self-quarantine off-site and to notify the Park office promptly of the test result or diagnoses.

 

II. YOUR AGREEMENT

BY ENTERING THE PARK, I AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING:

(a)        I Understand the Acknowledgements

I have read and completely understand Section I (Acknowledgements) and have had the opportunity to consult with the medical and legal counsel of my choice regarding this document.

(b)       Hold Harmless, Liability Waiver, Release, and Discharge of The Released Parties

On my own behalf and on behalf of my heirs, successors, and assigns; I hereby assume each of the risks described in Section I (Acknowledgements), assume all risk of contracting COVID-19, hold harmless, waive liability, and release and discharge the Released Parties from any and all actions,  causes  of action,  claims,  demands,  damages,  costs,  expenses,  attorney’s  fees, compensation, and all consequential or other damages now accrued or hereafter to accrue to or for my benefit as a result of any act(s), omission(s), or negligence (or any combination of them) of any one or more Released Party, specifically including, without limitation, any death, personal injury, or property damage incurred while engaging in any activity at, or visiting, the Park and the Festival.

(c)       I Will Wear Personal Protective Equipment if Guidance Suggests I Should

I have been advised that I stay apprised of the latest federal and state governmental guidance on the wearing of personal protective equipment. I have also been advised that if I fall into a category  of persons that any governmental guidance suggests wear personal protective equipment, that I should comply with such guidance, both related to the circumstances in which I should wear personal protective equipment and regarding the type of personal protective equipment I should wear.

(d)       Class-Action Waiver

I will individually resolve all disputes and causes of action regarding this Policy, and I hereby waives any right to litigate any such dispute or cause of action as a class action or representative action.

(e)        I Will Notify the Park of Dangerous or Hazardous Conditions

I will promptly notify the Park office in person or by telephone (386.364.1683) if I become aware of any potential dangerous or hazardous condition involving lack of sanitation or the health or conduct of another person; or I will call 911 in case of emergency.

(f)        I Am Responsible for My Medical Costs

I acknowledge that should medical treatment be required for any injury to me, that I or my own insurance company will pay for all such costs, expenses, and deductibles.

(g)       I Will Remain Knowledgeable of and Will Follow All Park Rules

I agree to read and abide by the Park’s Rules when visiting the Park. The Park Rules are available in the Park office or online.

(h)       Certain   Rules   Govern   Any  Disputes   that  May  Arise  Under  this  Policy (INCLUDING WAIVER OF THE RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL)

This Policy will be construed under Florida law. Any proceedings related to any dispute or cause of action under this Policy must be held in State court in Suwannee County, Florida. The prevailing party in any proceeding will be entitled to an award of court costs and attorney’s fees. THE RIGHT TO A TRIAL BY JURY IS SPECIFICALLY WAIVED.

(i)         I May Seek Legal Advice

I may seek legal advice prior to agreeing to this Policy, and have had the opportunity to consult with the legal counsel of my choice or have voluntarily chosen not to do so.

(j)        I Will Ensure My Guests Read and Agree to this Policy

If I provide a ticket to any guest who is at least 18 years old, I will ensure that each such person reads and agrees to this Policy. I understand that the Released Parties have no reasonable way of permitting any such persons to read this entire Policy and agree to it on-site prior to admission to the Park or the Festival, and that the Released Parties are therefore relying on me to ensure all persons to whom I give a ticket take the time to read and agree to this Policy in advance.

WARNING NOTICE, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, RELEASE, HOLD HARMLESS &
WAIVER OF LIABILITY FOR COVID-19 FOR VISITATION AT THE SPIRIT OF THE
SUWANNEE MUSIC PARK AND ATTENDANCE AT SUWANNEE HULAWEEN 
FESTIVAL

FOR PARENT/NATURAL GUARDIAN AND CHILD

THIS WAIVER OF LIABILITY CONTAINS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY FOR
NEGLIGENCE. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY BEFORE AGREEING.

In order to engage in any activity or to visit the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park® (referred to as the “Park”) or attend the Suwannee Hulaween® Festival (referred to as the “Fesitval”), the Released Parties (defined in the next paragraph) are requiring each guest over the age of 18 must read and agree to this Warning Notice, Assumption of Risk, Release, Hold Harmless & Waiver of Liability (referred to as the “Policy”). Any parent or natural guardian responsible for, and accompanied by, any minor person under the age of 18 who agrees to this Policy also agrees to this Policy on behalf of such minor.

When this Policy refers to the “Released Parties,” it means Cornett’s Spirit of the Suwannee, Inc., James Cornett, Hula Holdings, LLC, each artist performing at the Festival, and their respective parents, subsidiaries, and other affiliated or related companies, and all officers, directors, agents, servants, employees, and all volunteers of each of the foregoing.

NOTICE TO THE MINOR CHILD’S NATURAL GUARDIAN

READ THIS FORM COMPLETELY AND CAREFULLY. YOU ARE AGREEING TO LET YOUR MINOR CHILD ENGAGE IN A POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS ACTIVITY. YOU ARE AGREEING THAT, EVEN IF THE RELEASED PARTIES USE REASONABLE CARE IN PROVIDING THIS ACTIVITY, THERE IS A CHANCE THAT YOUR CHILD MAY BE SERIOUSLY INJURED OR KILLED BY PARTICIPATING IN THE ACTIVITY BECAUSE THERE ARE CERTAIN DANGERS INHERENT IN THE ACTIVITY WHICH CANNOT BE AVOIDED OR ELIMINATED. BY SIGNING THIS FORM YOU ARE GIVING UP YOUR CHILD’S RIGHT AND YOUR RIGHT TO RECOVER FROM THE RELEASED PARTIES. IN A LAWSUIT FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, INCLUDING DEATH, TO YOUR CHILD, OR ANY PROPERTY DAMAGE THAT RESULTS FROM THE RISKS THAT ARE A NATURAL PART OF THE ACTIVITY. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO SIGN THIS FORM, AND THE RELEASED PARTIES HAVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO LET YOUR CHILD PARTICIPATE IF YOU DO NOT SIGN THIS FORM.

I. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

(a)        COVID-19 is a Dangerous Pandemic, and Much Remains Unknown About How COVID-19 Spreads

The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization. When this Policy refers to “COVID-19,” it means the SARS-CoV-2 virus, including all variants and mutations (such as B.1.1.7, B.1.351, and P.1). On March 13, 2020, the President of the United States declared COVID-19 a national emergency.

COVID-19 is reported to be extremely contagious. COVID-19 can be fatal and can lead to serious illness, permanent disability, or both in persons who contract it. The documented risk of adverse health outcomes,  including  hospitalization and death,  for COVID-19  increases with age (particularly in those aged 65 years and older). Regardless of age, the documented risk of adverse health outcome also increases for those with certain preexisting medical conditions (the full list of which can be found at the CDC’s website). Such documented conditions include: cancer; chronic kidney disease; chronic lung diseases (including COPD, asthma, interstitial lung disease, cystic fibrosis, and pulmonary hypertension); dementia or other neurological conditions; type 1 or type 2 diabetes; Down syndrome; heart conditions (such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies, or hypertension); HIV infection; having a weakened immune system; chronic liver disease; being overweight, obesity, or severe obesity (collectively defined as a body mass index of greater than 25 kg/m2); pregnancy and recent pregnancy; sickle cell disease or thalassemia; being a current or former smoker; having had a solid organ or blood stem cell transplant; having cerebrovascular disease (such as having a stroke); or having substance use disorders (such as alcohol, opioid, or cocaine use disorder).

Much remains unknown about COVID-19. While the state of medical knowledge of COVID-19 is evolving, the virus is believed to spread from person-to-person contact, by contact with contaminated surfaces and objects, and by airborne spread. People reportedly can be infected and be contagious while showing no symptoms. The exact methods of spread and contraction are unknown with any certainty and there is no known treatment, cure, or 100% effective vaccine for COVID-19.

(b)        Official Government Guidance is Constantly Evolving and Often Contradictory

Numerous government agencies and entities at the federal and state levels have issued numerous, and sometimes contradictory, orders and policies regarding COVID-19.

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC’) publishes and constantly updates guidance related to COVID-19 on its website, including ever-evolving precautions for the conduct of large events under its Events & Gatherings Policy. As of the April 27, 2021, update, such guidance suggested that all persons avoid large events and gatherings when possible.

Conversely, on May 13, 2021, the CDC issued Guidance for Fully Vaccinated People, in which it stated that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a mask or physically distance in most settings, including attendance at a crowded, outdoor event, like a live performance, parade, or sports event. A person is considered fully vaccinated 14 days after their second dose of a two-
course vaccine or after their only dose of a one-course vaccine.

Florida’s Governor has declared COVID-19 to constitute a public health emergency and has issued a series of Executive Orders regarding that emergency. The most recent order extending the COVID-19 state of emergency, issued on April 27, 2021, extended the order for 60 days. However, on May 3, 2021, Florida’s Governor issued an Executive Order purporting to immediately suspend all local COVID-19 restrictions and mandates on individuals and businesses. Further, on April 2, 2021, Florida’s Governor issued an Executive Order purporting to prohibit businesses from requiring patrons or customers to provide any documentation certifying COVID-19 vaccination or post-transmissions recovery to gains access to, entry upon, or service from the business.

On April 29, 2021, Florida’s Surgeon General issued a Public Health Advisory rescinding all prior COVID-19 Florida Public Health Advisories, leaving in effect only guidance regarding making vaccines available to all eligible persons.

(c)        Reducing the Risk of Transmission to Zero is Impossible

The Released Parties cannot prevent you or your child from becoming exposed to, contracting, or spreading COVID-19 while you are at the Park or attending the Festival. Especially as government agencies are relaxing orders and policies related to slowing the spread of COVID-19, it is simply not possible to prevent against the presence of the virus. Therefore, if you choose to visit the Park or to attend the Festival: you may be exposing yourself and your child to COVID-19 and increasing your and your child’s risk of contracting it, or spreading it to others (perhaps unknowingly if you or your child is an asymptomatic spreader). COVID-19 is highly contagious; can be spread by persons who do not exhibit any symptoms; is invisible; cannot be easily detected in other persons, on surfaces, or in the air; cannot easily be protected against even when following health recommendations on personal protective measures; affects certain persons such as elderly persons and persons with certain underlying health conditions; and that Park staff and another guest may fail to exercise proper care and responsibility for his or her conduct under the circumstances. Any one of these inherent risks can result in serious injury or death to a person, or to the unborn child of a pregnant woman, regardless of the person’s age or medical conditions. Further, one can contract COVID-19, experience no symptoms, and spread the virus to other persons undetected.

(d)        The Released Parties Wish to Do Their Part to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19

The Released Parties do not wish to have a guest or his or her child to come to the Park or attend the Festival if any of the following is true:

(1)        he or she or the child has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and has not been cleared as non-contagious by the Suwannee County Health Department or the individual’s licensed medical doctor;

(2)        he or she or the child has been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or who is reasonably suspected to have the virus;

(3)        he or she or the child currently, or within the past 14 days, has experienced any of the following symptoms: fever or chills, cough, fatigue, shortness of breath, muscle or body aches,

headache, new loss of sense of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea; or

(4)        he or she has taken (on his or her own behalf or on behalf of the child) the CDC’s Coronavirus Self-Checker, truthfully responded to the survey, and has been advised to get tested or to self-quarantine.

The Released Parties also do not wish to have a guest or his or her child come to the Park if he or she or the child is unwilling to follow CDC guidelines on personal hygiene, social distancing, and wearing of an adequate face covering that covers one’s nose and mouth in effect at the time of entry into the Park and during the Festival. If one has purchased a valid ticket for the Festival and is unable to attend for any of the foregoing reasons, then he or she can request a refund or credit of the ticket price from the ticketing company.

(e)        Guests Have a Duty to Self-Monitor and Monitor Child for Symptoms

All Park guests and Festival attendees have a duty to self-monitor, and to monitor their children, for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 (see Section I(d)(3)) and to seek medical assessment and treatment if warranted. In addition, any Park guest or Festival attendee who, or whose child, tests positive for COVID-19 or who, or whose child, is diagnosed by a medical professional as having COVID-19 has a duty to promptly self-quarantine off-site and to notify the Park office promptly of the test result or diagnoses.

 

II. YOUR AGREEMENT

BY ENTERING THE PARK, I AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING:

(a)        I Understand the Acknowledgements

I have read and completely understand Section I (Acknowledgements) and have had the opportunity to consult with the medical and legal counsel of my choice regarding this document.

(b)        Hold Harmless, Liability Waiver, Release, and Discharge of The Released Parties

On my own behalf, on behalf of my child entering the Park or attending the Festival, and on behalf of our heirs, successors, and assigns; I hereby assume each of the risks described in Section I (Acknowledgements), assume all risk of any of us contracting COVID-19, hold harmless, waive liability, and release and discharge the Released Parties from any and all actions, causes of action, claims, demands, damages, costs, expenses, attorney’s fees, compensation, and all consequential or other damages now accrued or hereafter to accrue to or for my benefit or my child’s benefit as a result of any act(s), omission(s), or negligence (or any combination of them) of any one or more Released Party, specifically including, without limitation, any death, personal injury, or property damage incurred while engaging in any activity at, or visiting, the Park and the Festival.

(c)        I Will Wear Personal Protective Equipment if Guidance Suggests I Should

I have been advised that I stay apprised of the latest federal and state governmental guidance on the wearing of personal protective equipment. I have also been advised that if I fall into a category of persons that any governmental guidance suggests wear personal protective equipment, that I should comply with such guidance, both related to the circumstances in which I should wear personal protective equipment and regarding the type of personal protective equipment I should wear.

(d)        Class-Action Waiver

I will individually resolve all disputes and causes of action regarding this Policy, and I hereby waives any right to litigate any such dispute or cause of action as a class action or representative action.

(e)        I Will Notify the Park of Dangerous or Hazardous Conditions

I will promptly notify the Park office in person or by telephone (386.364.1683) if I become aware of any potential dangerous or hazardous condition involving lack of sanitation or the health or conduct of another person; or I will call 911 in case of emergency.

(f)        I Am Responsible for My Medical Costs

I acknowledge that should medical treatment be required for any injury to me or my child, that I or my own (or my child’s) insurance company will pay for all such costs, expenses, and deductibles.

(g)      I Will Remain Knowledgeable of and Will Follow All Park Rules

I agree to read and abide by, and to ensure my child abides by, the Park’s Rules when visiting the Park. The Park Rules are available in the Park office or online.

(h)        Certain Rules Govern Any Disputes that May Arise Under this Policy (INCLUDING WAIVER OF THE RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL)

This Policy will be construed under Florida law. Any proceedings related to any dispute or cause of action under this Policy must be held in State court in Suwannee County, Florida. The prevailing party in any proceeding will be entitled to an award of court costs and attorney’s fees. THE RIGHT TO A TRIAL BY JURY IS SPECIFICALLY WAIVED.

(i)       I May Seek Legal Advice

I may seek legal advice prior to agreeing to this Policy, and have had the opportunity to consult with the legal counsel of my choice or have voluntarily chosen not to do so.

(j)        I Will Ensure My Guests Read and Agree to this Policy

If I provide a ticket to any guest who is at least 18 years old, I will ensure that each such person reads and agrees to this Policy. I understand that the Released Parties have no reasonable way of permitting any such persons to read this entire Policy and agree to it on-site prior to admission to the Park or the Festival, and that the Released Parties are therefore relying on me to ensure all persons to whom I give a ticket take the time to read and agree to this Policy in advance.

If I provide a ticket to any guest is under the age of 18 and I am not that guest’s parent or natural guardian as defined under Florida law, I will ensure that a person who qualifies as such minor guest’s parent or natural guardian under Florida law reads this entire Policy and agrees to it on his or her own behalf and on behalf of the minor guest.

EXHIBIT L

HEALTH ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SIGNAGE

By entering the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and attending the Suwannee Hulaween® Festival, you are confirming that you and all persons in your party:

  • are not experiencing any of the following symptoms of COVID-19 identified by the

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at https://www.cdc.gov/, including:

    • fever or chills
    • cough
    • shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    • fatigue
    • muscle or body aches
    • headache
    • new loss of taste or smell
    • sore throat
    • congestion or runny nose
    • nausea or vomiting
    • diarrhea
  • have not been in contact with someone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 symptoms without completing a 14-day quarantine; and
  • are not under any self-quarantine orders.

 

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your credit card information.