COVID-19 Update

The Coronavirus, otherwise known as COVID-19, has been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization. This is an extremely contagious disease and is transmitted from person-to-person through respiratory droplets. Programs within the Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) portfolio have put in place preventive measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. However, there is no guarantee that AEOP participants will not be infected regardless of the preventive measures and policies set forth.

For the benefit and care of others, I will notify the AEOP immediately if I (or my child) test positive for COVID-19. If I suspect that I (or my child) have contracted the disease, I (or my child) will refrain from participating in the AEOP until a negative test result is obtained.

By participating in the AEOP I acknowledge on behalf of myself (or my child) the contagious nature of COVID-19 and I understand and voluntarily assume the risks involved in my (or my child’s) participation in the AEOP. I (or I on behalf of my child) voluntarily assume the risk that I (or my child) may be exposed to or infected with COVID-19 by attending the AEOP. I understand that the risk of traveling to and from the venue(s) or attending the program(s) may lead to personal injury, illness, permanent disability, and death. I (or I on behalf of my child) assume all of the foregoing risks related to COVID-19 and accept sole responsibility for any illness, injury, damage, loss, or claim of any kind, that I may incur.

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