KEEP YOUR PARTY COVID-19 FREE
Tips, tricks and info
Collected from the World Health Organisation
Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water.
Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth. Wear masks if in crowded places.
Maintain at least 1 meter (3 feet) distance between yourself and others.
Keep up-to-date on the latest information from trusted sources, such as the WHO or your local and national health authorities.
Stay home and self-isolate even with minor symptoms such as cough, headache, mild fever, until you recover.
If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention, but call by telephone in advance if possible and follow the directions of your local health authority.
To help keep the Coronavirus at bay
Plzcome helps to keep everyone informed
Hosts will be notified about new tips and tricks on how to make the party as safe as possible. Guests will receive good advices in their invitations about what they can do to make the party covid-19 free.
Easy to postpone or cancel events
Are you feeling sick or is there a case within the invited group of guests, then postpone or cancel the event and Plzcome will send updates to all invited.
Easy to communicate with everyone
Each event has a built-in Coordinator wall, that makes it easy to communicate updates and share information between all participants. Only the host needs to have the Plzcome app installed to do this.
Suggestions to Covid-19 friendly get togethers
Do you also miss friends and family? Then take a look at the Covid-19 friendly template and find inspiration to invite your dear ones to some safe activities.
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COVID-19 FREE PARTY TIPS
Before the Party
Find the right place for the party, where there is room for all the guests to have at least 1 m. (3,5 ft) between them. Try the free Magic Table Planner to plan your sitting.
Make sure all the guests are familiar with the general guidelines provided by your local health authorities.
Food and drinks
Write the guests names on their glasses, so they don't get mixed up. See examples.
Serve all snacks and food as individual servings.
If you have a buffet, make sure guests are keeping a safe distance and provide disposable gloves for guests to wear at the buffet.
Be aware that to much alcohol, can make people forget about the Covid-19 precautions!
Contact with the party people
Avoid handshakes and hugs, but throw plenty of air hugs! Just like David here.
Avoid singing and shouting at the party as it can increase the airborne particles. Instead prepare a speech or ask the guest to listen to a special song.
Keep dancing to a minimal. Preferable only dance with your partner or children.
Wear a mask at all times if you are in the group of at Increased Risk for Severe Illness.
After the party
Check up on all guests a week after the party to hear if any have experienced Covid-19 symptoms or been tested positive.
Inform all guests if there has been a guest at the party with Covid-19 or who has experienced symptoms and ask them to self isolate and seek medical help if showing any symptoms themselves.