HAI General Hygiene and Coronavirus
It is HAI’s priority to keep people safe. Thus, we have made the hard decision to post-pone all of our in-person workshops until it is safe to return to the room of love. We will continue to evaluate the situation in coming weeks and months.
Hygiene is always important and especially during the flu season so we are asking people to wash your hands, sanitize surfaces, evaluate your personal risk and act accordingly. We recommend limiting your physical proximity to other people as much as possible. That being said, we recognize that social isolation can be extremely uncomfortable, as we are built to relate. For months, HAI has been working on a plan to offer online community workshops and webinars. Due to coronavirus, our timeline has accelerated and we hope to offer several online workshops by the middle of May. We need to practice physical distancing, but that does not mean we need to be socially distant. We can connect. We must connect.
We look forward to seeing you in an online workshop soon.
Please read up on the virus and make sure you’re reading reputable sources. This well-researched coronavirus explainer from Vox provides a good overview of what you need to know. It’s important to remember that the situation is changing rapidly, and you should follow local news sources and the advice of local health care institutions to learn more about the local situation.
Finally, gratitude to our friends at Organ House, who led the way with a community safety plan addressing this emerging infection and to the Bonobo Tribe, Willicam Winters/Micha Bonaventura for doing amazing research and helping to compile this information.